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Saturday, June 15, 2019

Texas prep WR Keith Miller III flips commitment from KU football

Kansas University football recruiting

Kansas University football recruiting

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Keith Miller III has flipped his commitment again.

Miller, a three-star receiver from The Colony, Texas, announced via his personal Twitter account Saturday afternoon that he was flipping his verbal commitment to the University of Colorado. Miller was previously committed to the Kansas football team for the 2020 class.

The 6-5, 205-pound receiver committed to Les Miles and his staff on April 16, which was after he attended the spring game and the postgame Rick Ross performance.

The flip to KU, though, came after Miller committed to Texas Tech. Miller then backed out of the nonbinding verbal pledge shortly after Emmett Jones left the Red Raiders to become the receivers coach for the Jayhawks.

With Miller flipping his commitment, KU’s recruiting class for 2020 consists of nine high school players.

2020 KU football recruiting classverbal commitments

• Kershawn Fisher - 3-star LB from Louisiana

• Duece Mayberry - 3-star CB from Oklahoma

• Jackson Stoefen - 3-star OL from Iowa

• Keenan Hambrick - 3-star WR from Alabama

• Trevor Kardell - 3-star TE from Missouri

• Will Huggins - 3-star TE from Kansas

• DaVonshai Harden Jr. - 2-star QB from Kansas

• Kyler Pearson - 2-star WR from Oklahoma

• Jaylin Richardson - RB from Kansas

None by Keith Miller III

Comments

Brett McCabe 4 months, 4 weeks ago

With two WR in the class, we still should be in good shape. Liked his size but, onto the next.

Michael Sillman 4 months, 4 weeks ago

Might not be the last flip for this kid. As we all know, you can’t waste time picturing a player in a KU jersey until the papers are signed if even then.

Spencer Goff 4 months, 4 weeks ago

To quote a great ogre:

"Better out than in, I always say."

Bee Bee 4 months, 4 weeks ago

The word COMMIT apparently means different things to different people.

Kevin Robert Fest 4 months, 4 weeks ago

Seems like he flipped the first time because the coach recruiting him had left the program then he reunites with him at KU. Why he flipped this time who knows I hope he had the class to call Les before sending out his tweet and letting him find out that way. Kids now-a-days. Like some how it's so cool to go back on your word. Smh.

Chris DeWeese 4 months, 4 weeks ago

I don't think this kid knows where he wants to play.

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