Kansas Signs Four-Star Safety

Scout.com four-star safety Patrick Resby, from Navarro in Corsicana, Texas, is already enrolled at Kansas. The 6-2, 195-pound safety talks of his early start on campus.

"I am in school and enrolled," Patrick Resby said. "It is a big burden lifted because there were a lot of other schools calling me everyday to try to get me to go to their school. I decided to go to Kansas because it is best for me and my family."

"The coaches are real cool, and it is just a great school."

Resby recorded 76 tackles, three forced-fumbles, one interception and two sacks. He talks of the advantages of playing on the junior college level before arriving in Lawrence.

"I have a big advantage over the other incoming guys," Resby said. "Juco is a big step. Juco has players that could play at the big schools if they had the ACT to do it. There are four-star and five-star players in juco."

"I think I am a smart player with great ball skills. I will play strong safety, and I should play this year."

Resby selected Kansas over Baylor, Hawaii and Iowa State.

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