2021 QB Spencer Arceneaux commits to Kansas football

Kansas football has added a new commitment in the 2021 class one week before signing day.

On Wednesday, 2021 QB Spencer Arceneaux, who is from Mobile, Ala., announced his commitment to the Jayhawks. Arceneaux took to Twitter to make his announcement.  

“First off, I would like to thank God for blessing me with the opportunity to continue my dream of playing college football,” Arceneaux said. “Second, I would like to thank my family for always being there for me and supporting my crazy dreams. I would also like to thank all my coaches that have gotten me here and Coach Dearmon for taking a chance on me.” 

He continued, making his announcement: “With that being said I am officially committed to continue my academic and athletic career at the University of Kansas. #RockChalk Jayhawk” 

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Brent Dearmon, who recruited Arceneaux to Kansas, is also from Alabama. Arceneaux attended McGill Toolen HS in the Mobile-area. He is listed at 6-1, 180 pounds.

Back in December, Arceneaux announced that he had “been given the opportunity to continue” playing at the collegiate level with Kansas, presumably as a PWO. He also took visits to Tennessee, Georgia and UAB throughout his recruitment. UAB was the lone school Arceneaux reported an offer from, as he announced the news back in January of 2019.

<p>Arceneaux continues a pipeline of sorts with Alabama prospects to KU. The Jayhawks signed safety <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Edwin-White-46056882" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Edwin White</a></b> and wideout <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Tanaka-Scott-46097517" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Tanaka Scott</a></b> from Alabama in the early period. They are expecting to add <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Kameron-Grays-46097516" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Kameron Grays</a></b>, another Alabama high school prospect, in the late period. </p>  <p>The Jayhawks also signed <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/JaCobee-Bryant-46079397" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Ja'Cobee Bryant</a></b> out of Alabama in the 2020 recruiting class. Bryant is joining KU for the upcoming spring semester, a KU athletics official confirmed to Phog.net. </p>  <p><em>Want the latest KU football headlines sent to your inbox?</em> <a href="https://247sports.com/college/kansas/distribution/signup/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Click to sign up for Phog.net's daily newsletter!</a> </p>  <p>The Jayhawks' 2021 class currently sits at 20 names that have signed. The Jayhawks have four remaining scholarship commitments, one of whom, quarterback <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Conrad-Hawley-46084395" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Conrad Hawley</a></b>, has already enrolled and another of whom, D-end <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Garfield-Lawrence-46094670" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Garfield Lawrence</a></b>, has multiple Crystal Ball picks to Houston.</p>  <p>The other two members of the class, for now, are Grays and <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Quaydarius-Davis-46055970" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Quay Davis</a></b>, a four-star wide receiver out of Dallas. Davis, ranked No. 113 nationally per the 247Sports Composite, would be the highest-ranked Kansas signee in program history if he chooses to honor that commitment.</p>  <p>The Jayhawks' class is currently ranked No. 46 nationally and at No. 6 in the Big 12. The class has an average recruit ranking of 0.8490, up from last year's average of 0.8394. The class is led by Davis and four-star (Top247) running back <b><a href="https://247Sports.com/Player/Devin-Neal-46093618" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Devin Neal</a></b>, the latter of whom played his high school ball for Lawrence High in town.</p>


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