Starting at the tight end position will be senior Mike Ragone.
Playing in his sixth year of eligibility because of injuries, Ragone is a transfer from Notre Dame who followed Weis to Kansas.
Ragone saw some time in 2007 as a true freshman, then proceeded to redshirt in 2008 after he tore an ACL in training camp.
In 2009, he was the primary tight end for Notre Dame for a few games, recording a few catches.
In 2010, he saw more time as he played in 12 games for the Irish, but only started two.
In 2011, he played the first two games before suffering a season-ending injury, and was then granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA.
Ragone is a bit worrisome because he is certainly injury prone, and he is coming off of another one after last season.
His upside is too good to pass up, however, as he could be a very good offensive tool for Kansas.