Wednesday was a busy day on the recruiting trail and a number of upper echelon players in the…
Trio of Players Add KU
Jenks High star Gabe Lynn, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound cornerback already has offers from most of the major programs in the region like Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Missouri, Kansas State and Nebraska, but he now has one from the Orange Bowl champs as well. "Hey I just got an offer from Kansas," Lynn informed Scout.com on Friday. The Jayhawks offered Lynn on Friday, but they hosted a junior day on Saturday where a number of solid prospects were in to see the facilities, meet the coaches, and watch a basketball game. There was no doubt that a few offers were going to fly out and a couple of players already reported back that they had been offered. Brandon Wegher Brandon Wegher, a 5-foot-11, 187-pound running back from Bishop Heelan High in Iowa has been on a tear lately. In the past week he added offers from Penn State and Iowa, but he was still pumped about the Jayhawks. "Hey Greg I just wanted to let you know that KU offered me today," Wegher explained. "Its great (the visit for junior day). They won big time and the coaches are all really great people." T.J. Moe, a 6-foot-0, 180-pound athlete is one of the best athletes in the Midland region and he already held an offer from Missouri, but he was happy to report that the Jayhawks stepped up to the plate as well. "I picked up an offer from Kansas at their junior day today," Moe informed. Moe is one of the fastest and most versatile athletes in the country. He has been timed with a 4.5 forty-yard dash, but the number that really grabs your attention is a 3.87 pro-shuttle. He will most likely play cornerback on the next level.
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