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KU football 2018 recruiting class

Name Pos. Height Wt. Hometown (High school/Previous school) KUsports.com Bio
Aaron Brule S 6-2 205 Metairie, La. (Rummel H.S.) Joined a slew of Louisiana recruits in committing to Kansas during the program’s junior day in February of 2017. Brule, a three-star safety, also had offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Tennessee and other.
Mac Copeland OL 6-5 250 Wichita (Collegiate H.S.) The first in-state recruit to join KU’s Class of 2018, Copeland, an unranked tackle, said he committed immediately upon receiving an offer from Kansas.
Cartez Crook-Jones DE 6-4 230 Grandview, Mo. (Grandview H.S.) One of many junior day visitors to KU football in February, 2017, Crook-Jones, a three-star defensive end, soon after committed to Kansas. The D-lineman reportedly runs the 40-yard-dash in 4.7 seconds and has a 33-inch vertical leap.
Corione Harris CB 6-1 170 New Orleans, La. (Landry-Walker H.S.) Ranked the 60th-best prospect in the nation when he joined fellow four-star prospect and prep teammate Devonta Jason in committing to KU, Harris had offers from Auburn, LSU, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and others.
Tevailance Hunt WR 6-2 180 Texarkana, Texas (Texas H.S.) Rated a three-star receiver by Rivals, Hunt committed during his spring game visit in April, 2017, joining prep teammate Quan Hampton (Class of 2017) as a Jayhawk.
Devonta Jason WR 6-3 187 New Orleans, La. (Landry-Walker H.S.) Rated the No. 6 junior receiver in the nation when he shocked the recruiting world with his commitment to Kansas, Jason, a four-star prospect previously had committed to LSU.
Clayton Tune QB 6-2 195 Carrolton, Texas (Hebron H.S.) A dual-threat QB with a three-star recruiting rating from Rivals, Tune also had drawn interest from Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M when he committed to KU during a massive junior day for the program.
Anthony Williams RB 5-10 165 Boutte, La. (Hahnville H.S.) The first on board in David Beaty’s most successful recruiting class to date, Williams, a three-star running back from KU assistant coach Tony Hull’s home state of Louisiana, also picked up offers from UCLA, TCU, Mississippi State and others.
* — Updated April 25, 2017 (Class ranked 14th nationally by Rivals)

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