Greg Linton Signs Kentucky Strong Safety Winston Guy

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Make no doubt about it, Greg “Tripp” Linton of HOF Player Representatives is a proud Kentucky Wildcat.  He attended the University of Kentucky and played on its football team.  Linton certainly focuses much of his recruiting efforts on the players within his state, particularly at his alma mater.  He represents John Connor (“The Terminator), fullback on the New York Jets.  He also recently signed Winston Guy, who just finished his Senior year at strong safety for the Wildcats.

Winston Guy is seen as a safety with real potential to move up draft boards if he performs well in the offseason in front of scouts. currently projects him to be a late rounder or not drafted at all.  Interestingly, Guy had two interceptions in the first game of the 2011 season, but did not pick off a single pass the rest of the year.  However, he did finish with an impressive 120 total tackles.

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