With a little more than two weeks left before the early signing period, there’s still work to be done on the recruiting front for the Kansas football coaching staff. But the Jayhawks got a step closer to filling out their 2021 recruiting class on Monday.
The Kansas football program lost a potential addition to its 2021 offensive line on Tuesday evening, as Christien Hawks, an in-state prospect from Norton, decided his future won’t include the Jayhawks.
Still more than a year out from when current high school juniors can first sign with their college football programs of choice, the Kansas coaching staff now has three commitments lined up for the Class of 2022.
If all goes according to plan, an influx of new players will be joining the Kansas football secondary next year. KU picked up a sixth commitment from a high school defensive back in the Class of 2021 — all of whom are from the southeast — when Jayson Gilliom announced Monday night his plans to sign with the Jayhawks.
With the early signing period a little less than two months away, the Kansas football program added another receiving prospect to its upcoming recruiting class.
The Kansas football program’s 2021 recruiting class lost a prospect for the second time this month on Monday night, when offensive lineman Edgar Amaya announced he was backing out of his commitment.
Previously one of the top prospects in the Kansas football program’s 2021 recruiting class — and a would-be walk-on for KU basketball — Keon Coleman announced Tuesday evening he no longer plans on playing for the Jayhawks. By Benton Smith
Kansas football fans got a rare opportunity this past weekend to watch a high school recruit tied to the program playing on national television. They obviously weren’t the only ones watching Class of 2021 quarterback Ben Easters closely.
Add another state to the recruiting footprint being left by the Kansas football program’s 2021 class. A high school safety from South Carolina, James Wright announced Wednesday via Twitter his plans to join the Jayhawks.
Social media platforms have become the online stage for most high school athletes to announce their college commitments. Texas high schooler Tommy Dunn Jr., though, took his declaration to another level Saturday, committing to the Kansas football program via a 2-minute video he shared on Twitter.
There’s a reason the Kansas football program continues stockpiling Class of 2021 recruits amidst a pandemic that keeps the coaches from visiting with prospects in person. When head coach Les Miles and his assistants are able to meet with a player and his family via video calls, a virtual tour and meeting can almost be as good as the real thing, according to KU’s recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach, Josh Eargle.
A couple of audible gasps emerged from the crowd Wednesday night when D’Marion Alexander pulled off his jacket to reveal he was wearing a TCU T-shirt. The look didn’t last, though.
The Kansas football program’s next recruiting class now has a second in-state prospect on board. Christien Hawks, an offensive tackle from Norton, made his decision known Friday morning.
A three-star cornerback who picked up scholarship offers from Florida State, Auburn, Tennessee and Missouri earlier in his recruitment has decided to take a different route by committing to Kansas.
As Kansas football head coach Les Miles and his assistants finally began full-blown preparations for the 2020 season, with the team’s first practices of the year this past weekend, the Jayhawks also started adding potential pieces for their 2022 roster.