The Kansas University football program has landed another commitment from the Class of 2011.
According to Rivals.com, linebacker Jake Love, a junior from Tonkawa, Okla., has orally committed to Kansas.
Love, 6-foot, 195 pounds, who was in Lawrence for the April 24 spring game, told Rivals that he liked everything about his visit. He received a scholarship offer before leaving town.
“I enjoyed all of the coaches and had a great time,” Love told Rivals. “The facilities were nice and the campus was pretty. We had a great time and I was excited to get an offer.”
Though his first priority is football, Love is a well-rounded athlete. This winter he won an Oklahoma state wrestling title at 189 pounds. He also runs the mile and the sprint medley for the Tonkawa High track team.
Love becomes the third player in the Class of 2011 to commit to KU, joining running backs Darrian Miller, of Blue Springs, Mo., and Dreamius Smith, of Wichita Heights.