Coaches Visit Kansas Commitment

Lubbock Smith, two-star safety from Dallas-Carter, Texas, is committed to the Kansas Jayhawks and anxious for signing day. Smith talked about an in-home visit as well.

"I am looking forward to signing with Kansas," Lubbock Smith said. "I met with coach [Mark] Mangino and two other coaches last week for an in-home visit. We had a good time. Coach Mangino was making sure I was still committed."

"Kansas was the first school to offer me. They offered me during my junior season. I received other offers, but I felt like I needed to be loyal to Kansas. I felt really at home during my visit. It was real nice up there."

The 6-foot-0, 185-pound defensive back was recruited to play safety for the Jayhawks.

"I have a good work ethic," he said. "I am good at coming up on the run and in play action. I really need to improve everything. I am always trying to work to be the best."

Smith recorded 119 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries during his senior season. Top Stories