LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb's junior season is over. Now, Cobb must decide if his college career has also ended.
Cobb, a highly touted recruit out of Alcoa, Tenn., when he signed with Kentucky, said Saturday he was unsure whether the future held one more season as a Wildcat or a leap to the NFL.
Cobb says no matter what he decides after researching entering the NFL draft, "my heart's always going to be in blue."
Cobb, who was recruited by the University of Tennessee, has played quarterback, receiver, punt returner, kick returner, even holder for extra points and field goals for the Wildcats.
Kentucky receivers coach Tee Martin, who was UT's quarterback on the 1998 national championship team, said he wants what is best for Cobb.
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