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BREAKING🚨 Cobee Bryant Makes it Official
KU's star DB makes his long-awaited announcement
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BREAKING: Cobee Bryant Makes it Official 🚨
KU’s star DB Cobee Bryant will return to Kansas next season. He made it official with a YouTube video to share the news. Bryant gave an exclusive statement to KUHearings subscribers after we’ve helped grow his YouTube channel to 4,000 subscribers.
“ROCKCHALK! I love y’all,” Brant said. “I hope you support and tune in. This is world breaking news.”
Bryant added that he’s pushing for 5,000 subscribers and is asking for KU fans to subscribe to this channel, as well.
Bryant’s announcement matters in the transfer portal era. After the regular season, there were rumors of SEC schools seeing if Bryant would leave KU and transfer. Kansas held its ground,* and we all have reason for optimism because of it.
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The Jayhawks’ secondary was a large part of their nine-win season. Both Bryant and his counterpart, Mello Dotson, had four interceptions this year. They’re both returning for the Jayhawks, and RB Devin Neal is reported to return as well.
And they’ll be in the conversation as Big 12 contenders if the offseason goes according to plan…
Kansas gets win No. 9 of the season, the Jayhawks' most since the 12-win Orange Bowl season in 2007. Two of the losses came by a combined seven points when the Jayhawks played a third-string FR QB.
KU now has a chance to head into 2024 as a Big 12 favorite depending on offseason
— Kevin Flaherty (@KFlaherty247)
Dec 27, 2023
Jayhawks Lose Starting OL to Portal 👎
Still, KU hasn’t kept everyone this offseason.
The Jayhawks lost starting OL Armaj Reed-Adams after he declared the transfer portal on Sunday. Reed-Adams is a veteran presence KU will miss next year. He played 605 snaps this season, largely filling the gap for the injured Bryce Cabeldue.
While losing Reed-Adams hurts, it shouldn’t be devastating for KU. The OL graded out as one of KU’s lowest-rated linemen this season, according to Pro Football Focus.
Still, it won’t help the Jayhawks’ depth especially as they’ll now have to replace three total starting offensive linemen with Dominick Puni and Mike Novitsky graduating.
As always, I’ll keep you posted on any other transfer action as it happens.
Thank you Kansas ❤️💙
— Big Dog 🐶 (@TBArmaj)
Jan 1, 2024
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