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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 5.14.13

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 5.14.13


Kansas Basketball

The entire hoops world waits on Andrew Wiggins - college basketball - ESPN
Wiggins, a rare talent, has the skills to lead any team he picks to a national title. He's that good. The buzz tied to this kid is warranted.

D-Day arrives for prep standout Andrew Wiggins |
Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 prospect in the high school recruiting Class of 2013, will sign a letter of intent with Kansas University, Florida State, Kentucky or North Carolina at 11:15 a.m., Central time, today in a ceremony at Huntington (W.Va.) Prep High School.'s Eric Bossi discusses Andrew Wiggins and his potential impact if he commits to KU | The Newell Post |
They’re already the No. 2 recruiting class in the country. It would just solidify that. … Kentucky’s still sitting on six five-stars. That would be (KU’s) third five-star guy with a couple high four-stars and a solid four-star in Frank Mason. It certainly would make an already very-good recruiting class extremely good

Top basketball recruit Andrew Wiggins will make decision on Tuesday | One And One -
The who and what of this story — Wiggins, arguably the best prep prospect since LeBron James — have been known for awhile. Ever since last October, when Wiggins reclassified back into the Class of 2013, he has been the top-rated player in what is a loaded incoming class. The where and when of his decision are now in place, with Wiggins announcing tomorrow at 12:15 p.m. ET at his school, with friends, classmates, family and just one local reporter on site to relay the information once Wiggins makes his choice.

Kansas Football

Tanner Hawkinson shows versatility in camp |
Hawkinson, the former Kansas University offensive lineman who started four consecutive seasons at tackle and was drafted by Cincinnati in the fifth round of last month’s NFL Draft, showed Bengals coaches enough at guard and center during the three-day event to inspire them to expedite his move inside.