August 20, 2016
FILE — Kansas receiver Chase Harrell, right, tries to hold on to a pass as defensive back Kyle Mayberry pulls down on his arm during KU's Fan Appreciation Day practice on Saturday, August 20, 2016, at Memorial Stadium.
The 2017 Kansas football season is still four months away. And no one working inside Anderson Family Football Complex is happier about that length of time than cornerbacks coach Kenny Perry. Charged with training the least experienced unit in the program this spring, saying the co-defensive coordinator had a lot to tackle, Perry will tell you, is an understatement. By Benton Smith
When head coach David Beaty and his assistants met ahead of spring football to discuss the areas where they needed to identify players who can help Kansas in 2017, it wasn’t hard to spot the position with the biggest question marks: cornerback. By Benton Smith
As much as assistant Kenny Perry loves seeing KU’s secondary expand its depth, this month at preseason practices the fiery coach also has enjoyed spotting the improvements on the opposite side of the ball. By Benton Smith