Kansas kicker Jacob Borcila is hoping that a physical transformation over the summer will lead to a change in mental approach come this season. By Zac Boyer
Redshirt junior Craig Young "fits in really well" as the hawk linebacker after his transfer to Kansas from Ohio State, linebackers coach Chris Simpson said.
If Marvin Grant Jr. can duplicate what he was able to accomplish last season while at Purdue, he'll prove to be a quality addition to Kansas' secondary. By Zac Boyer
As coach Lance Leipold and his assistants determine their best combination of players on the offensive line, they want those players to be able to be comfortable on either side and at any position. By Zac Boyer
What the Kansas football team will look like in coach Lance Leipold's second year is beginning to take shape after two weeks of training camp and with a little more than two weeks to go until the season opener on Sept. 2. By Zac Boyer
Kansas redshirt sophomore tight end Jared Casey said he is now on scholarship following a successful season that included the winning two-point conversion reception in overtime against Texas. By Zac Boyer
No player who entered the transfer portal had more sacks than Kansas' Lonnie Phelps Jr., making him, in one aspect, the most proven pass rusher to change schools after last season. By Zac Boyer
Kasen Weisman, a quarterback and high school senior from Douglasville, Georgia, said Thursday he has committed to play football at Kansas.
Kansas linebackers coach Chris Simpson didn't hesitate when asked for an assessment on the development of junior Taiwan Berryhill. Not only has Berryhill improved greatly over the past year, "it's not even close, in my opinion," Simpson said. By Zac Boyer
Kansas wide receiver Lawrence "LJ" Arnold is eager to move beyond the circumstances that led to him deciding to transfer in April, only to rescind that plan a few days later and remain on the team. By Zac Boyer
One of Kansas' strengths entering the season appears to be the depth it has at running back. Determining how it can use those players is one of the coaches' primary challenges during training camp. By Zac Boyer
Even though Kansas added 19 players via transfer since the end of last season, many with starting experience, the coaches have insisted that every spot is up for grabs. By Zac Boyer
Devin Neal grew up in Lawrence as a Kansas fan and chose to play for the Jayhawks — and has been urging other in-state high school players to consider doing so as well. By Zac Boyer
How will Kansas get so many running backs on the field? What are the biggest remaining position battles? The first week of training camp has provided insight into what can be expected from the Jayhawks this season. By Zac Boyer
Lorenzo McCaskill, an inside linebacker who missed the first two days of training camp as he transferred to Kansas from Louisiana, participated in his first practice on Thursday. By Zac Boyer