The incredible recruiting momentum that Kansas built when they landed a number of very talented recruits, including multiple four-stars back in February has all but evaporated thanks to their awful 2017 season. The Jayhawks have won just two games in three seasons under David Beaty, and despite his recruiting ability, eventually you have to win games, and the Jayhawks just aren’t winning. Today, they lost a cornerstone of their class, Herbert, texas quarterback Clayton Tune, roughly six months after he committed, following a visit to Lawrence.
I have opened up my recruitment! I'm going to put my faith in God and trust the process.
— Clayton Tune (@ClaytonTune7) October 22, 2017
THE TUNE FILE
With the loss of Tune, Kansas now holds just ten commitments in their 2018 class, and the Jayhawks are without a quarterback. Texas product DJ Bogler will likely get a look from David Beaty and his staff, as will Cole Reeves and Cam Lewis. The outlook for this class is suddenly very bleak, and with their on the field issues, it’s hard to imagine the David Beaty experience will continue much longer in Lawrence.
Tune has offers from Houston, North Texas and Iowa, as well as interest from Oklahoma, Texas and Oregon. Oklahoma, after losing Cameron Rising to Texas, is my guess for why Tune is decomitting, and it’s fair to expect an offer from the Sooners pretty quickly.