LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Charlie Weis had made it clear that he's modeling his rebuilding job at Kansas in part on what Bill Snyder accomplished at rival Kansas State.
That means recruiting a heavy load of junior college and four-year transfers.
Weis announced a 25-member class on national signing day Wednesday that he hopes will be able to help immediately. Among them are eight junior college players and two transfers from four-year schools, quarterback T.J. Millweard from UCLA and tight end Kent Taylor from Florida.
Weis was scheduled to discuss his third recruiting class during an afternoon news conference, but it was postponed a day because of heavy snow that fell across the Midwest. Weis said in a statement that the class addresses many of the Jayhawks' biggest holes.