Kansas football in the mix for four-star receiver Isaiah Sategna

Head coach Les Miles of Kansas football huddles with his team. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)
Head coach Les Miles of Kansas football huddles with his team. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images) /

Four-star wide receiver Isaiah Sategna is considering Kansas football among many other big-time schools in his top ten choices.

When Kansas football gets the opportunity to land four-star recruits, they need to make those chances count. Class of 2022 Arkansas native and four-star wide receiver Isaiah Sategna recently listed the Jayhawks in his top ten schools, and he’d be a huge get for the Jayhawks if they can stave off the additional schools recruiting him.

Other schools in his top ten include Baylor, Memphis, SMU, Colorado, Nebraska, Penn State, Arkansas, Auburn, and Mississippi State. Les Miles and his staff will really have to sell Sategna on Kansas given the fact that some high-tier programs have offered him.

Sategna is from Fayetteville, and Arkansas definitely seems to be the favorite as of now. The Razorbacks have two Crystal Ball predictions in the favor as of now, but there’s probably still a lot of time left for the Jayhawks to make a move.

Interestingly, the Jayhawks already have two prospects in their 2022 class, both from Arkansas. Kansas definitely seems to be targeting the Natural State, which could help tip the scales a little bit.

If Sategna does decide to join the Jayhawks, he’d be a great addition to the 2022 class. He stands at five-foot-eleven and he’s got great track speed. He runs a 10.8 100-meter dash, and he’s also cleared six and a half feet in the high jump.

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On the football field, Sategna’s highlights are exactly what you’d expect. He zooms right past defensive backs that don’t even know what hit them, and he can catch the ball too. He doesn’t have too many clips, but it’s easy to see Sategna being a good return man as well. Keep in mind that Sategna still has two seasons left of high school football, so he’s got a lot of time to get even better.