Oklahoma prep O-lineman commits to KU football
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An unheralded high school offensive lineman from Oklahoma, Jackson Satterwhite announced on Thursday his intentions of joining the Kansas football program.
Like most prep prospects, Satterwhite, a senior at Miami High, publicized his decision via Twitter, writing that “after an amazing conversation” with KU head coach Les Miles, offensive line coach Luke Meadows and offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon, “I am thrilled to say that I have committed to THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS.”
At this juncture, it remains to be seen whether Satterwhite, unranked in the class of 2020 by national recruiting sites, will join the Jayhawks on scholarship. But at the very least, the 6-foot-5, 285-pound O-lineman could potentially become a walk-on at KU.
According to Rivals, Satterwhite previously picked up offers from Eastern Michigan, Central Arkansas and Texas State. Per 247Sports, the Miami High prospect also had an offer from Alcorn State.
— Jackson Satterwhite (@JacksonSatt75) January 9, 2020