2020 WR Keenan Hambrick Announces His Commitment

first_imgMemorial Stadium empties after the game between the University of Kansas Jayhawks and the Northwestern University Wildcats.LAWRENCE, KS – AUGUST 30: Memorial Stadium empties after the game between the University of Kansas Jayhawks and the Northwestern University Wildcats on August 30, 2003 in Lawrence, Kansas. Northwestern defeated Kansas 28-20. (Photo by Dave Kaup/Getty Images)Les Miles continues to do work on the recruiting trail at Kansas. The Jayhawks’ head coach landed another commitment on Saturday night.Keenan Hambrick, a three-star wide receiver out of Athens, Alabama, has become the first player in the 2020 class to commit to Kansas.The 6-foot-4 wide receiver had scholarship offers from a couple of other schools, but ended up choosing the Jayhawks.The wide receiver announced his commitment on Twitter:COMMITTED 🔴🔵#Rockchalk @KU_EJones @Co_Jackson21 @ChadSimmons_ @Rivalsfbcamps @Yellowhammer247 @Mansell247 @CoachSmothers5 @coachgross73 pic.twitter.com/ttPT0hgDit— Keenan Hambrick (@TheKino_2) February 23, 2019Kusports.com had more:The Jayhawks already have their first commitment for Miles’ second KU class, thanks to a decision from Keenan Hambrick on Saturday.A 6-foot-4 receiver from Athens, Ala., Hambrick was one of several high school juniors in Lawrence this weekend for the program’s second Junior Day of the month.The first member of KU’s 2020 recruiting class told Jon Kirby of Jayhawk Slant that Miles extended a scholarship offer during his visit, and Hambrick was on board before leaving the coach’s office.Miles obviously has his work cut out for him at Kansas, but he’s not wasting any time getting things rolling on the recruiting trail.last_img read more