Jarred Sample, a wide receiver from Cypress, Texas, committed to play football at Kansas on Sunday evening following an official visit.
Sample is the second player at the position who has shared his decision to play for the Jayhawks in the last two days. Surahz Buncom, a wide receiver from Chula Vista, California, who also visited the university over the weekend, did so on Saturday morning.
He's also the fourth player who has decided to suit up for the Jayhawks in the past seven days and the third in the Class of 2023. Taylor Davis, a safety from Missouri City, Texas, pledged to join the team early last week, and junior college linebacker Tristian Fletcher, who is also from Cypress, Texas, did so as well late Saturday.
A three-star wide receiver according to 247Sports, Sample received a scholarship offer on Nov. 3 and made an unofficial visit to Kansas in late March. He had also received offers from Memphis, Tulsa, Tulane, Army and Navy, among others.
Sample, who is 5-foot-10 and 165 pounds, attends Cypress Ranch High School, just northwest of Houston. He was recruited to Kansas by wide receivers coach Terrance Samuel and defensive backs coach Jordan Peterson.
A unanimous 16-6A all-district wide receiver, Sample has been timed at 4.43 seconds in the 40-yard dash and 10.67 seconds in the 100 meters.