Grandview lineman commits to Kansas football
06/27/2013 9:49 AM
06/27/2013 10:02 AM
Kansas football coach Charlie Weis has added to his growing list of commitments from the Kansas City area, landing a verbal commitment this week from Grandview offensive lineman Apa Visinia.
The commitment came on Wednesday, during Visinia’s unofficial visit to campus. And Visinia, a 6-foot-4, 375-pound lineman, becomes the fourth player from the Kansas City area and the sixth overall commitment in the 2014 class.
The Jayhawks were the first school to offer Visinia a scholarship, although a handful of other schools had begun to take notice.
Here’s a look at the Jayhawks’ 2014 class so far, according to Rivals.com: Traevohn Wrench (RB, Gardner Edgerton High School); Kyron Watson (LB, East St. Louis, Ill.); Joe Dineen (Safety, Lawrence Free State); Jacob Bragg (OL, Nacogdoches, Texas); Andre Maloney (CB, Shawnee Mission West); Apa Visinia (OL, Grandview)
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