The marks are high for the first recruiting class under Turner Gill, which bodes well for the future of Jayhawks football. Specifically, the running game should look nice with Darrian Miller in the backfield — the four-star recruit committed a few months ago and should provide an immediate offensive spark.
Overall, Rivals likes some late additions on both sides of the ball and the ability to grab two four-star recruits:
The Jayhawks are looking to put the finishing touches on what should be considered a solid class. Led by four-star commits Darrian Miller and Anthony Pierson, Kansas’ first true class under head coach Turner Gill is a success. They picked up a commitment from sleeper defensive end Michael Reynolds over the weekend and saw speedy junior college linebacker Tunde Bakare on Monday. Miller is already enrolled in class as is quarterback Brock Berglund and offensive lineman Dylan Admire. Those three are huge gets for the Jayhawks.