Kansas football coach David Beaty landed commitments from two Texas high school prospects over the weekend, adding to the Jayhawks’ 2015 recruiting class in the weeks before national signing day.
Jeremiah Booker, a receiver from College Station, and Dorance Armstrong, a three-star defensive end from Galena Park, each committed to Kansas over the weekend, according to Rivals.com.
Armstrong, who is listed at 6 feet 4 and 220 pounds, chose Kansas over a list of schools that included Cal, Houston, Illinois, Indiana and Iowa State, among others. Booker, meanwhile, was familiar with KU receivers coach Klint Kubiak, who spent time in College Station while working on the staff at Texas A&M.
The two commitments came as former Kansas commit Kevin Thomas, a receiver from DeSoto, Texas, switched his commitment to SMU, according to Rivals.com. National signing day is Feb. 4.