The college football game is, by definition, a cyclical one. Players graduate every year while new ones replace them, bringing a freshness to the game that just cannot happen at the pro level. But when a new coach comes in like Charlie Weis into Kansas this off-season, even more turnover can take place.
So as Weis tries to not only recruit a new class, he’s also having to make up for the players who decide they don’t want to be a part of the new regime. To that end, Weis got two more guys this weekend to commit to KU and the rebuilding effort there.
ESPN’s On The Trail recruiting blog reports, “Three-star safety Greg Allen (Houston, Texas/Alief Taylor) has flipped his commitment from Utah to Kansas after visiting KU this past weekend. Allen had committed to Utah earlier this month. Junior college defensive tackle Chaquil Reed (Wichita, Kan./Butler C.C.) also committed Kansas over offers from Northern Illinois, Toledo and Troy.”