Kwamie Lassiter


Kansas' Kwamie Lassiter named to Wuerffel Trophy watch list

On Thursday Kansas football wide receiver Kwamie Lassiter was named to the watch list for the Wuerffel Trophy, dubbed as "college football's premier award for community service." According to a Kansas Athletics release, the award factors in several areas, including community service and leadership both in and away from football.
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Kwamie Lassiter gives breakout WR candidates for Kansas football

Similar to the Kansas defensive backs room, the Jayhawks have plenty to replace when it comes to the wide receivers. Andrew Parchment is off to Florida State, Stephon Robinson is off to Northwestern and Quay Davis, the top-ranked signee in program history, was dropped from the class after an allegation of domestic violence surfaced this spring.

Lance Leipold, Kwamie Lassiter set stage for QB battle entering fall

ARLINGTON, Texas — If Kenny Logan didn't have a future in football, he could have one in politics with how he responded to a question about the Kansas quarterbacks. The setting was Thursday's Big 12 Media Day, when the Jayhawks were slated as one of five Big 12 programs to address reporters at AT&T Stadium.

Why Kwamie Lassiter, Kyron Johnson chose to return for extra year

Kwamie Lassiter and Kyron Johnson didn’t have to return to KU football. The Jayhawks were coming off a winless season and bottomed out in numerous categories in the Big 12 ranks. However, the two seniors took advantage of the extra year of eligibility provided to all players due to the COVID-19 pandemic and became a part of a new era in Lawrence — one that still is clouded with uncertainty.