"I am already enrolled at Kansas," Kendrick Harper said. "It felt pretty good to finally sign my letter of intent. With me going to Junior College out of high school and now getting a chance to play in the Big 12 is just a great experience. It is a big jump."
"To me Kansas seemed like they were the most interested in me ever since spring ball. I just felt real comfortable with them."
Harper had a solid year for Butler this past season with 66 tackles, six interceptions and nine pass break-ups on defense. He was selected as the defensive player of the game in their bowl game.
"The drills we ran at Butler aren't as intense as the ones we run here. Although I kind of know what to do, but in a way I do not know what to expect. It is a big change from junior college to the Big 12, but I am going to try to reach their competition level."
"We haven't talked about it," Harper said of a starting position. "We are just hitting the weight room really hard to get ready for next season."