2013 safety Solomon Warfield is a three-star recruit from the state of Ohio and was told by the Kansas Jayhawks that he would receive an offer directly from Charlie Weis. The honorable (I know, I’m pushing it) Jayhawks fulfilled this promise after Weis called him up and gave him an offer.
The Cleveland safety is one of the top 50 safeties in the nation and one of the top 40 recruits in the state of Ohio. Solomon Warfield has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Ball State, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa, Kent State, Michigan State, Minnesota, Toledo, West Virginia, Miami (OH), Pittsburgh, Northern Illinois, and Boston College.
Solomon Warfield also has interest from Illinois, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Purdue, UCLA, Wisconsin, Duke, Syracuse, and Louisville.
He is a 6’0″, weighs 170 pounds, runs a 4.48 forty, can bench 270, has a 4.1 shuttle time, can squat 330, has a 31-inch vertical, and he has a 3.0 GPA. Draw your own conclusions.
According to 247Sports, Warfield received offers from both Kansas and Boston College on May 2nd. On the 28th of April, he visited a Michigan State spring game and was impressed with the visit to the team that is viewed as the leader in his recruitment.
Pittsburgh and Iowa are also actively involved in Warfield’s recruitment, but the top 50 safety will take his time. Michigan State is the front-runner by all indications, and we’ll see how much interest the 2013 recruit has in KU going forward. He was impressed with a visit to Iowa in early April, and Scout.com said that he was “pleasantly surprised” by the visit.
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