Arizona State wasn’t the only loss Kansas suffered this weekend. Former Kansas commit, Cartez Crook-Jones, flipped his commitment to Kansas State following an offer from the Wildcats and an official visit to Manhattan this weekend.
Committed #EMAW18 pic.twitter.com/mAf3Lm3HUF— Cartez Crook Jones (@CrookCartez) December 10, 2017
The 6’5” defensive end from Grandview, MO ranks as a three star by Rivals.com, 247sports.com, and ESPN.com. Crook-Jones had offers from Kansas, Iowa State, Missouri, and Memphis. His commitment gives Kansas State 13 verbal commits for the 2018 class, including two other d-line members.
His huld.com highlights show a player with quick speed who can play with his hand down, or off the line of scrimmage as a pass rushing linebacker. Crook-Jones earlier today announced via twitter that he is signing on December 20th as part of the early signing period for College Football.
I will be signing on December 20 thanks for all the school who offered me but K-state is home #EMAW18— Cartez Crook Jones (@CrookCartez) December 12, 2017