August 14, 2021
Kansas defensive coordinator Brian Borland, left, and cornerbacks coach Chevis Jackson have a laugh during practice on Saturday, Aug. 14, 2021 at Memorial Stadium.
Regardless of the type of practice the Kansas football safeties are having on any given day of preseason camp, defensive coordinator Brian Borland always wants them to do better. And sometimes Borland, the group’s position coach, simply wants them to talk more.
The Kansas football team’s coaches and players knew the moment that Karon Prunty left the program via the transfer portal earlier this summer that the cornerback position would look vastly different for the Jayhawks this fall. Now that the team is into its second week of preseason camp, cornerbacks coach Chevis Jackson is starting to get a clearer picture of what to expect from his group.