KU football 2018 recruiting class

Name Pos. Height Wt. Hometown (High school/Previous school) Bio
Kenny Bastida LB 6-1 230 Pompano Beach, Fla. (Deerfield Beach High) According to Rivals, Bastida previously had offers from Penn State, LSU, Michigan State, Wisconsin, North Carolina State and several other programs.
Charles Cole DT 6-3 280 Ypsilanti, Mich. (Butler C.C.) Rated a three-star juco prospect by Rivals, Cole chose Kansas over UNLV and Memphis.
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.
Foster Dixson DE 6-5 250 Los Angeles (West L.A. C.C.) Considered a three-star talent by Rivals and had offers from Colorado State, Connecticut and UTEP.
Miles Emery DE 6-5 235 Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley North H.S.) A 6-foot-5, 235-pound defensive end, Rivals ranks Emery as a three-star talent, and the second-best Class of 2018 prospect in the Sunflower State, behind only Norton quarterback Jace Ruder.
Davon Ferguson DB 5-11 185 Laurel, Md. (Hartnell College [Calif.]) Ferguson played his freshman year for Hartnell at the age of 17. Considered a two-star juco athlete by Rivals, the young defensive back made 55 total tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries.
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.
Elmore Hempstead CB 6-0 185 Smackover, Ark. (Fort Scott C.C.) Hempstead also received offers from Iowa State, Arizona State, Central Florida and other programs, but went with Kansas after hitting it off with coaches in the summer.
Elijah Jones CB 6-1 175 Fort Myers, Fla. (Ellsworth C.C. [Iowa]) A three-star prospect per Rivals, Jones had originally committed to Central Florida.
Azur Kamara DE 6-6 230 Phoenix, Ariz. (Arizona Western College) On the eve of the December early signing period, Kamara committed to KU when he reportedly had offers from Utah, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Florida State and several other Power Five programs.
Miles Kendrick QB 5-10 200 Morgan Hill, Calif. (College of San Mateo) Rivals rates Kendrick as a three-star, dual-threat quarterback. The under-the-radar QB committed to KU in between semesters and decided to enroll for the spring, ahead of his sophomore year.
Reuben Lewis OL 6-4 330 Apopka, Fla. (Coffeyville C.C.) A three-star juco prospect, Lewis reportedly also picked up offers from East Carolina, New Mexico and West Virginia.
Torry Locklin QB 6-1 190 Rockdale, Texas (Rockdale H.S.) A two-star dual-threat QB, Locklin joined KU’s 2018 class the weekend leading up to February’s National Signing Day.
Jacobi Lott OL 6-3 305 Amarillo, Texas (Tascosa H.S.) Rated a two-star offensive tackle by Rivals, Lott also had offers from Tulsa, Bowling Green and other programs
Ryan Malbrough LB 6-1 190 Cecilia, La. (Cecilia H.S.) The two-star linebacker from Louisiana announced on Christmas Eve his intentions to sign with KU.
Jeremiah McCullough S 6-0 205 Baltimore (Hartnell College [Calif.]) The 6-foot, 205-pound safety, who registered 36 total tackles and two interceptions as a juco sophomore, said the Kansas coaching staff loved his physical play.
Stephon Robinson WR 5-11 170 Harbor City, Calif. (El Camino C.C. [Calif.]) A three-star receiver according to Rivals, Robinson played in 2017 as a freshman at El Camino Community College, putting up 1,275 receiving yards. He had offers from Hawaii and other programs
Najee Stevens-McKenzie DE 6-4 215 Cleveland, Ohio (ASA College, N.Y.) A three-star juco prospect originally recruited out of high school by KU D-line coach Jesse Williams, Stevens-McKenzie committed to Kansas as a standout at ASA College after Kansas was the first to offer him.
Anthony Williams RB 5-10 165 Boutte, La. (Hahnville H.S.) The first on board in what looked to be 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.
Nick Williams OL 6-8 260 Overland, Mo. (Ritenour H.S.) Williams, the 6-foot-8, 260-pound offensive tackle, said it was the right fit after stepping on campus during a visit in early June. Rated a three-star prospect, Williams had offers from Illinois, Minnesota and others.
* — Updated Feb. 7, 2018

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