|10 Thaddeus Snodgrass
Graduated from high school a semester early and enrolled at Kentucky in January ... Showed good potential in the spring and caught two passes in the Blue/White Spring Game ... Has been timed under 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
High School: Four-star prospect by all the national recruiting services ... Rivals.com ranked him No. 13 in the state of Ohio while ESPN.com praised him for his impressive speed, route running, ability to catch in traffic and a knack for getting yards after the catch ... Four-year letterman and three-year starter at Springfield (Ohio) HS ... Caught 29 passes for 535 yards and six touchdowns as a senior ... Snagged 18 balls for approximately 400 yards as a junior ... Two-year member of the Greater Western Ohio Conference and two-year special mention All-Southwest Ohio ... Played in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl following his senior season ... Coached by Eric Gillespie ... "Thaddeus is extremely athletic, running 4.33 (seconds) in the 40 (yard dash). His explosive athletic ability gives him all the potential in the world to be a great player in college." ... Scout.com recruiting analyst Dave Berk wrote that Snodgrass "brings great speed to the field with the ability to beat defenders at the line of scrimmage with a quick move." ... Three-year member of the track team, running the 100- and 200-meter dashes ... Honor-roll student ... Tabbed Kentucky over West Virginia, Louisville and South Carolina.
Personal: Born in Springfield, Ohio ... Son of Rentia Snodgrass and Thaddeus Traylor ... A cousin, Keith Traylor, played 16 years in the NFL with Miami, New England, Chicago, Denver, Kansas City and Green Bay ... Another cousin, Mykel Traylor-Bennett, plays football at Akron ... Currently enrolled in undergraduate studies.
Thaddeus Says ... I wear uniform number 10 because: DeSean Jackson ... If I could trade places with any athlete, it would be: Stedman Bailey ... Other than the NFL, my dream job is: college coach ... I couldn't live without: my parents ... My go-to song to get ready for a game is: I'm a Boss by Meek Mill.