The Kansas Jayhawks received their third wide receiver commitment of the 2013 class when Ishmael Hyman ended his recruitment. The receiver from Holmdel (N.J.) St. John Vianney has been one of the Jayhawks' top targets, and he pulled the trigger for a couple of reasons.
"One reason that I committed today was because they got another receiver also," said the 6-foot, 169-pound Hyman. "They were only going to take three receivers in this class. It's honestly where I felt most comfortable. There's no reason I would want to not go there.
"They got another wide receiver commit today, so I wanted to commit before I lost my chance," he said. "That was one of the reasons I committed now. Rodriguez Coleman committed, so I wanted to make sure that I still have a spot and didn't lose out on this opportunity. I didn't want to get left out."
Needless to say, Hyman is excited to get on campus and continue building relationships with the current players and start the hard work.
"I'm going to go into camp during the summer and work out my hardest," he said. "I'll do well in school and work my butt off so that I can play. That's the goal.
"I met most of the players when I was there. They're really nice guys," he added. "They need receivers, so I'm just going to do my best to help. We're a program on the rise. "
Battling a knee injury last season, Hyman recorded 29 catches for 951 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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