July 18, 2024

Florida offensive tackle Bryan Auguste has committed to Kentucky, becoming the third offensive line commitment for the Wildcats’ 2025 recruiting class. Auguste, who plays for Monarch High School in Pompano Beach, Florida, stands at 6-foot-6 and weighs 305 pounds. He visited Lexington with his teammate, wide receiver Samari Reed, on the weekend of June 14.

Eric Wolford, Kentucky’s offensive line coach, served as the primary recruiter for Auguste. Rated .8367 by the 247Sports Composite, Auguste is ranked as the nation’s No. 112 offensive tackle. With Auguste’s commitment, Kentucky now has 14 commitments in its 2025 class, which ranks No. 23 nationally. He is the first recruit from Florida and joins offensive tackles Darrin Strey from Paw Paw, Michigan, and interior lineman Tucker Kattus from St. Xavier in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Kentucky is looking to bring in a large class of offensive linemen, having addressed this position minimally in the past three recruiting cycles. The team will see offensive tackles Marques Cox and Gerald Mincey, along with center Eli Cox, entering their final seasons of eligibility, with the potential for other departures as well.

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