The Kentucky Wildcats picked up their second four-star football commitment of the day Tuesday evening.
Jeremy Flax, a four-star JUCO offensive tackle, announced his commitment to Kentucky over Auburn and Texas Tech.
Rated a four-star by Rivals, Flax will have three years of collegiate eligibility remaining after playing last season for Independence Community College.
The 6-foot-6, 315-pound UK commit is rated the No. 2 JUCO offensive tackle in the country by 247 Sports.
Flax is the second offensive lineman to commit to the Wildcats on Tuesday, joining four-star offensive guard RJ Adams, who announced his decision during a ceremony at his high school in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Tuesday has been a great day for Mark Stoops. With the additions of Adams and Flax, Kentucky has commitments from an Under Armour All-American and the No. 2 JUCO offensive tackle in the 2020 class.
All I can say is wow…I wanna thank everyone who has helped me get this far And I wanna thank every team for offering me and giving me a schoolarship but sadly I can only pick one school. And that school is THE University of Kentucky ⚪️🔵⚪️💙 #BBN #GoWildCats #BIGBLUEWALL. pic.twitter.com/2NW29Ua088
— Jeremy Flax 6️⃣6️⃣ (@FlaxNotFlex) December 17, 2019