Junior college defensive end Damani Mosby committed to Kansas a couple months ago and has remained convinced Lawrence is the right place for him.
Mosby chose the Jayhawks over Kansas State, Hawaii, and North Texas.
He discussed what the attraction to Kansas was for him.
"It was everything about Kansas," Mosby said. "A lot of schools that were recruiting me were really positive at certain things but also had negatives about them. Kansas was really the only place that had positives across the board."
The official visit to Lawrence was the deciding factor and what convinced Mosby that Kansas should be his college destination.
"The official visit was perfect and showed me all that I needed to know," Mosby revealed. "The academics at Kansas were impressive. The facilities were top-notch. I really liked the living arrangements and I have family close to Lawrence so that was a plus as well. Campus life seems very nice there. It was the right choice at the end of the day."
A prospect on the defensive line, Mosby will serve a different role for the Jayhawks beginning next season.
"They think I can play the 'buck' position on their defense," he noted. "It is basically a hybrid between defensive end and outside linebacker. I'll be rushing the passer."
Mosby is a two-star prospect and will be able to sign with Kansas next week. He plans on enrolling early as well.
Mosby discusses KU commitment
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