Ayden Webb Talks Kansas Offer

Ayden Webb talks to Blue Wings Rising

The Kansas Jayhawks have been deep in the trenches of the recruiting realm. They recently have made a move for a talented wideout from Dallas, Texas.

Ayden Webb is a 6-foot-3 wide receiver from Dallas, Texas from Lake Highlands High School.

Webb recently talked to Blue Wings Rising about his recent recruitment with Kansas.

“Kansas is a very good football school and developed a lot of great defensive backs so far.”

Kansas has had a great resume with devolving defensive backs and picking up defensive backs through recruiting. Some of the more recent names to catch the eyes of the media are Cobee Bryant and Mello Jones.

Webb talked about his offer.

“The offer means another place that can be where I go for school and athletics as well,” said Webb.

He does have hopes for an official visit.

“I am trying to set up an official visit out there,” Webb stated to Blue Wings Rising.

Webb also confirmed “Kansas is one of the top schools on my list so far.”

Coach Borland was the coach that he spoke with. He had nothing but great things to say about his conversation.

“I spoke with coach Borland and that was great,” He stated. “When he offered me he stated that they just want me to see the facility and that they think I’ll be a great fit.”

This recruitment will be key to watch as he posts a great frame on paper for a Jayhawks receiver as height is very key to success. This could be a huge pickup down the road.


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