April 9, 2016
Team wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez (1) tears down the field for a touchdown during the Spring Game on Saturday, April 9, 2016 at Memorial Stadium.
In just a couple of months, fans looking for a sneak peek at David Beaty’s third Kansas football team will get their chance when the Jayhawks invite the public into Memorial Stadium for their annual spring game. By Benton Smith
Speedy wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez followed father figure David Beaty from Texas A&M to Kansas. Now the challenge for Beaty becomes not wearing out the versatile, explosive athlete who brings a lot of potential as a return man as well as a receiver.
In his 20-plus years as a football coach, David Beaty has seen enough successful offenses to realize the importance of a go-to wide receiver. By Benton Smith
Coach David Beaty’s desire for an ultra-fast-paced Air Raid offense demands a deep stable of wide receivers, and it looks as if his Kansas University football team is making progress in that regard. By Tom Keegan
Here are 10 players who have the potential to deliver for Kansas University in a big fourth-quarter spot in a tight game. By Tom Keegan
Overall, it appears Kansas University’s football team has more depth than at the end of spring football 2015, but still not have sufficient depth by Big 12 standards. The defense in particular looks deeper and more experienced. Yet, the search is on for signs that Kansas will have an easier time scoring than in recent seasons. By Tom Keegan
By far the loudest play of Kansas University's spring football game belonged to junior transfer LaQuvionte Gonzalez, a wide receiver from Texas A&M who sat out all of 2015 and has been dying to get back on the field ever since. By Matt Tait