Juco QB Thomas MacVittie, whose career began at Pitt, commits to KU football | KUsports.com
Thomas MacVittie, a sophomore at Mesa Community College (Ariz.) whose college football career began in the ACC at Pittsburgh, announced Tuesday afternoon his decision to commit to the Jayhawks, becoming the first QB to do so since Les Miles took over the program.
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Injured Kansas junior center Udoka Azubuike has been working on his shooting form the past couple days, hoisting 5-foot shots while seated on a four-legged stool in KU’s practice gym.
Wichita’s Perry Ellis headlines 2019 Kansas high school hall of fame class
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Thomas MacVittie, No. 1 JUCO QB in Top247, commits to Kansas
Thomas MacVittie, the No. 1-ranked pro-style quarterback — and No. 1-ranked quarterback of any kind — in the Top247 (JUCO) announced that he'd be committing to the University of Kansas on Dec. 11. MacVittie played the most recent season at Mesa Community College, the same JUCO that 2018 KU senior cornerback Shakial Taylor attended.
KU O-line coach Luke Meadows talks past program turnarounds
“It starts with great players. We had really good players and did a good job of recruiting some guys in there that can make plays for us," Meadows said in an interview with Brian Hanni, voice of the Jayhawks. "We had a great staff. We identified the players that were going to be playmakers for us and were able to get balance with the run and the pass. ...
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