Kansas football still has an early top-15 class. Can KU keep its 2 Louisiana 4-stars?
Last weekend I took a trip to New Orleans for the Nike Opening Regional Camp. One of the themes that stood out was the talented group of players committed to the University of Kansas.
Five weeks ago, Kansas had a top-five recruiting class. Green’s later years were touched by tragedy. In 2011, his 9-year-old granddaughter, Christina, was killed in Arizona in a shooting that targeted Congresswoman Gabby Giffords. Christina was the daughter of Green’s son, John, who works as a national cross-checker for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
I don’t know what’s in the water in Lawrence, but whatever it is, David Beaty better bottle it and hold it near and dear to his heart forever. This month, Beaty got verbals from three four-star recruits. WR JaMarr Chase, WR Devonta Jason, and CB Corione Harris all committed to the Jayhawks, part of a load of six early KU commits from Louisiana.
It’s dipped a bit, but KU is still in the top 15. That’s surprising.
Drew Brees just had one of the best seasons of his career after throwing for 5,200 yards and 37 touchdowns, but he’s also 38 years old. While it’s possible he launches passes downfield through his mid-40s, it makes sense for New Orleans to write up a contingency plan for his eventual retirement.
“He can talk all about his brand, talk about his sons, talk about basketball, talk about me. But keep my family out of this.”
In his Fox Sports Radio interview on Thursday, Ball responded with general indifference toward James’ threat.
“It’s just like people saying, ‘Keep my family’s mouth’ — whatever they’re saying, I don’t care. They’re not going to stop me from doing what I’m doing,” Ball said. “If they take a little edgy edge on it and they get a little touchy because I answered something a certain way, who cares?”