Monday, July 6, 2009

KU gains football commitment


Kansas University’s football team gained its sixth known commitment in the Class of 2010 last week when Antonio Burton, a safety out of Denton (Texas) Guyer High, told KU’s coaching staff he intends to sign with the Jayhawks, according to

Burton, 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, earned all-district honors as a junior in 2008 after recording 77 tackles and also working as a punt and kick returner.

“I sat down and met with coach Mark Mangino and we made it official… I’m a Jayhawk,” Burton told the Web site. “When we talked, he just wanted to know more about me as a person, and we had a good visit. I was kind of rushed because I flew in this morning and (am) leaving this afternoon. But I can't wait to get back.”

According to Rivals, Burton also received offers from UTEP, Tulsa and Arizona.


Jonathan Briles 10 years, 10 months ago

Welcome to the team. I'm sure you are a great player and I can not wait to see how you fit into this team. If Mangino recruited you then I have full faith that you have some amazing talent.

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