By LARRY VAUGHT
Once again, Jarren Williams has bailed on Kentucky football.
The four-star quarterback from Georgia decided to de-commit from Kentucky for a second time while he was on an official visit to Miami this weekend.
It’s a blow for UK, which also lost quarterback Mac Jones to Alabama last season after he originally had committed to Kentucky.
Miami is coached by former Georgia coach Mark Richt, who did not make an early scholarship offer to Williams when he was at Georgia — something that irked Williams and his family.
Kentucky loses starter Stephen Johnson to graduation but will have Drew Barker, Gunnar Hoak, Danny Clark and Walker Wood competing for the job in spring practice. Williams was expected to enroll for the second semester and also compete for the starting spot.
Wiltfong told the Herald-Leader a few days ago that Williams, who plans to enroll in college for spring practice, could have competed for the UK starting job as a true freshman next season.