Dodge City native joins KU football coaching staff

A Dodge City native is now a part of the coaching staff at the University of Kansas.  Kale Pick was recruited as a quarterback for the Jayhawks but ended up playing wide receiver.

Here is the full release from the University Athletic Department:

Kale Pick, a recently graduated Kansas wide receiver, has traded in his cleats for a whistle as head coach Charlie Weis announced Monday Pick is joining the Jayhawk staff as a graduate assistant for offense. In his new role Pick will work closely with the KU wide receivers and assistant coach Rob Ianello.

A Dodge City, Kan., native, Pick spent the majority of his first two seasons at Kansas playing quarterback before finding a home as a wide receiver. He was the Jayhawks’ top pass catcher in 2012 and concluded his career with 63 receptions for 752 yards and two touchdowns.

Pick graduated from KU in December of 2012 with a degree in psychology.