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Top Kentucky back staying in-state

A year after rushing for 2,227 yards and 38 touchdowns, running back Miles Simpson was courted by several schools in and around his home state of Kentucky.

In the end, however, he won’t be traveling very far.

According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Simpson has decided to stay in-state and signed a Letter of Intent to play at Kentucky.

Simpson, the state’s Mr. Football runner-up in 2009, had recently narrowed his choices to Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois.

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