Kansas gets combine standout Hartzog

September, 29, 2013
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Three-star wide receiver Bobby Hartzog (Houston/Westside) committed Saturday to play in the Big 12 for Kansas, according to multiple reports.

Hartzog, who has an Oct. 18 official visit to Lawrence, Kan. scheduled, was recruited by Jayhawks defensive line coach Buddy Wyatt.

He originally committed to Houston in June, switched to Utah later that month but dropped the Utes in August.

Arkansas State, Iowa State, Lamar, McNeese State, Northwestern State, Texas State, Tulane and UTSA also extended scholarship offers to the 5-foot-11, 182-pound prospect.

Hartzog posted outstanding combine figures this spring on the Nike circuit. His marks included an electronically-timed 4.49 40-yard dash, 4.16 20-yard shuttle, 37.4-inch vertical, 37-foot power throw and 110.91 SPARQ.

The Jayhawks now have nine players on board for 2014. Their class includes two ESPN 300 recruits, one four-star and six three-stars.

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