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2017 Early enrollees impact KU spring game

Taking a quick look at early enrollees who impacted the 2017 Kansas Spring Game.

Several new Jayhawks were set to participate in the 2017 Spring Game Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Let's see how they performed.

Junior Peyton Bender, a JuCo transfer from Itawamba Community College, was the starting quarterback for Team Jayhawks. He completed 11-of-15 passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning throw to give his squad a 14-7 win.

Sophomore JuCo transfer Hasan Defense contributed three tackles, two of which were unassisted, while playing corner for Team Jayhawks.

Junior defensive tackle J.J. Holmes gathered three tackles for Team KU.

Junior wide receiver from Santa Rosa Junior College Kerr Johnson caught three passes for 22 yards on Team KU.

Junior defensive lineman Keyshaun Simmons grabbed two tackles and was credited with a quarterback hurry for Team Jayhawks.

Kyron Johnson, Willie McCaleb and Shakial Taylor are on campus participating in spring workouts, but either didn't play or in the spring game or just failed to make the stat sheet. Top Stories