Kentucky signee stabbed in weekend incident

Kentucky signee Jordan Bonner was stabbed six times last weekend at an incident at a home in the Cleveland suburb of Euclid, according to a report from Fox8 News.

Bonner, a JUCO transfer from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, was stabbed in the back, stomach and chest by one Aristotle Lewis, who has since been arrested and charged with aggravated assault. Nothing is known regarding the details of the incident except that Bonner was in town to visit his infant son.

As a result of this, Bonner will have to delay his return to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M to finish some classwork before enrolling at Kentucky, where he will play defensive end for coach Mark Stoops. The good news is that Bonner, who picked Kentucky over schools like Nebraska, Louisville, Virginia Tech and Tennessee, among others, is expected to make a full recovery and be cleared to travel next week.

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