The Kansas Jayhawks have three senior receivers in their rotation, and it could be beneficial to give their future replacements some game experience. The Star’s Rustin Dodd says one young receiver to watch is Derrick Neal (right) pictured in his high school days at O.D. Wyatt in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Kansas Jayhawks have three senior receivers in their rotation, and it could be beneficial to give their future replacements some game experience. The Star’s Rustin Dodd says one young receiver to watch is Derrick Neal (right) pictured in his high school days at O.D. Wyatt in Fort Worth, Texas. File photo by Jeffery Washington Special to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Kansas Jayhawks have three senior receivers in their rotation, and it could be beneficial to give their future replacements some game experience. The Star’s Rustin Dodd says one young receiver to watch is Derrick Neal (right) pictured in his high school days at O.D. Wyatt in Fort Worth, Texas. File photo by Jeffery Washington Special to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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