D.C. duo visiting Kansas

With a full defensive staff in place, the Kansas Jayhawks are hosting a number of top recruits on that side of the ball this weekend. Friday morning, H.D. Woodson standout Kenneth Crawley confirmed he was "on his way to Kansas," and reports indicate he is joined by teammate and former Jayhawks commitment De'Jon Wilson.

Crawley, who is exceptionally active on Twitter, has indicated interest in Kansas for several weeks, and seemed impressed with the Jayhawks' recent hiring of long-time Dallas Cowboys secondary coach Dave Campo as defensive coordinator.

Wilson was one of the first commitment of the Class of 2012 to the previous staff under former head coach Turner Gill. Once Gill was let go, Wilson switched his commitment to the University of Colorado. However, it appears as if he is on his way to Kansas once more as well.

Florida linebacker Schyler Miles of Tampa Berkeley Prep is also in town, and is likely the top 'backer prospect on the Jayhawks' board. He also holds offers from Florida, West Virginia and others.

Check back with Phog.net and Scout.com for updates once the visits conclude.


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