Here is what Scout.com's evaluation of Kemp says: "At 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds, he has enough size already to grow into a potential 210 plus pound running back who will be able to carry the rock 20 times a game and get the tough yards inside. He's a tremendous athlete who can make a lot of people miss in short space, too. He changes directions well. He can catch the ball very well out of the backfield. He's just a good football player with plus athleticism."
Kemp rushed for over 1,500 yards and 24 touchdowns last season. He runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds.
The 5-11, 170-pound Badet also has 4.5 speed. He has received late interest from UCLA and Wisconsin, but turned down a chance to visit UCLA this weekend.
Here is the Scout.com evaluation of Badet: "Badet has good speed but is quicker than fast. He’s elusive and displays good change of direction. Badet can sneak behind a secondary, will go over the middle and catch a short pass and make something happen. He really does a nice job of creating separation and getting open. Badet has good hands and concentration. He can go up and get the ball and can make the acrobatic grab. Look for him to play in the slot at the next level."
Badet would give new UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown another potential go-to receiver to go along with recent commit Alex Montgomery, another Florida prep standout.
Orlando Sentinel recruiting coordinator Chris Hayes believes both players will commit to Kentucky.
Another Florida player, three-star offensive tackle Nick Haynes of Niceville, will make a visit to UK¿this weekend with his father after Brown made a visit earlier this week. He’s also being recruited by Florida International, Rutgers, Jacksonville State, Marshall, Old Dominion, Southern Miss, Central Florida and Western Kentucky. Plus, Florida State has contacted the 6-4,300-pound Haynes recently along with UCLA.
Haynes played basketball before adding football as a junior.
Kentucky has just two offensive line commits in its current recruiting class.
“FSU (Florida State) has also entered the picture with him after they had a couple decommits this week,” Hays said. “One caveat for him is that he’s always been a hoops player and his coach said he would love to be able to watch UK basketball in college.”