Kansas Football National Signing Day 2023: Live updates for Jayhawks

Check back on signing day updates for Kansas football

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Head coach Lance Leipold and the Kansas football program have assembled one of the best recruiting classes in quite some time for the upcoming graduating year. Today marks the beginning of the NCAA's Early Signing Period, which lasts until Friday.

The staff has worked together to construct a group of players that ranks 48th in the nation, according to 247 Sports. However, they'll need to fend off other top programs from players like Deshawn Warner and Dakyus Brinkley, who have been receiving looks from Big Ten schools. On this page, we'll constantly update what KU fans need to know about Signing Day and which players have penned their National Letters of Intent.

  • QB Isaiah Marshall: Signed
  • OLB Jacorey Stewart: Signed
  • CB Jalen Todd: Signed
  • S Damani Maxson: Signed
  • DE Dakyus Brinkley: Signed
  • TE Carson Bruhn: Signed
  • CB Austin Alexander: Signed
  • OL Harrison Utley: Signed
  • RB Harry Stewart: Signed
  • RB Red Martel: Signed
  • OL Kene Anene: Signed
  • LB Jonathan Kamara: Signed
  • CB Aundre Gibson: Signed
  • OL Carter Lavrusky: Signed
  • DE Deshawn Warner: Signed
  • OL David Abajian: Signed

Kansas also flipped Greydon Grimes, the son of recently hired KU offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes, from Baylor to Kansas. The class now consists of 17 players with the addition of Grimes, who is listed as the 1,599th best player in the country on 247 Sports Composite rankings.

As of 9:30 a.m. CT, all of KU's commits have signed their letters of intent. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the coaches put together one of the best recruiting classes in over a decade and didn't have any players flipped. It is a truly outstanding job by Leipold and his assistant coaches to retain all of this talent, even after losing OC Andy Kotelnicki to Penn State.

Six future Jayhawks will arrive on campus this January to practice with the team early. Those players are Isaiah Marshall, Harry Stewart, Dak Brinkley, Jalen Todd, Red Martel, and Damani Maxson.

UPDATED AS OF 5:06 P.M. CENTRAL TIME

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