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UK Football in running for FSU Seminoles’ Xavier Peters

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Kentucky appears to be in the running for a big-time transfer in Florida State defensive end Xavier Peters.

As much success as the Wildcats had defensively this season — not to mention the rise of Josh Allen — Kentucky should be an attractive program for defensive prospects who opt to transfer to a school that could develop them better.

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