As expected, three-star Cleveland Glenville cornerback Sean Draper will officially visit Kansas this weekend.
Draper will be make his fifth and final official visit when he travels to Lawrence, Kan. The Jayhawks began picking up interest in Draper when Charlie Weis was named coach in December.
New Jayhawks defensive coordinator and secondary coach Dave Campo, a former NFL head coach and assistant, has already made a big impression on Draper and his family.
Illinois was also in consideration for Draper's final visit. He has already visited Hawaii, Iowa, Louisville and Pittsburgh.