Quentin Grimes withdraws from NBA draft pool, plans to transfer from KU | KUsports.com
In accordance with NCAA transfer rules, Grimes, who did not immediately return the Journal-World’s text message requests for comment on Wednesday night, will sit out what would have been his sophomore season and will then either be eligible to leave for the 2020 NBA Draft or play at his new school.
He's Back: Kansas point guard Devon Dotson announces return to KU | KUsports.com
With exactly three hours remaining before the deadline for underclassmen to pull their names from the NBA draft pool, Kansas freshman Devon Dotson did exactly that.
Why one college football expert thinks KU football will struggle in Les Miles' 1st season | Smithology | KUsports.com
As optimistic as Les Miles has professed to be regarding the talent level of his first team at the University of Kansas, the one-time national championship winning coach undoubtedly is undertaking as massive of a rebuilding project as exists in college football.
Bill Self comments on Devon Dotson's return to KU basketball
The KU basketball point guard made the announcement on Twitter just before 8 p.m., pulling his name out of the NBA Draft pool and saying: "Got a whole lot more in store. ... Year 2!! Let’s Riiiiddeeee!"
Media reacts to Kansas' eventful draft deadline day
247Sports' Evan Daniels reported early Wednesday evening that Kansas guard Quentin Grimes was removing his name from the NBA Draft. While the former five-star recruit is returning to college, he won’t be returning to Kansas, opting instead to enter the transfer portal.
KU coach Bill Self: Quentin Grimes to enter transfer portal
“We’ve all enjoyed coaching Quentin this past year and certainly appreciate his efforts,” Self said through a KU Athletics release. “We initially anticipated him staying in the draft but he and his family decided to return to college but not return to the University of Kansas. We totally support and respect Quentin and his decision and wish him the very best moving forward. We believe Quentin will have a long professional basketball career and look forward to watching his development.”
Devon Dotson returning to KU basketball for sophomore season
The five-star point guard announced his decision via Twitter on May 29, right around three hours before the deadline for players to withdraw from the NBA Draft pool and return to the college ranks. Dotson had attended the NBA Draft Combine and worked out with various NBA teams in preparation for the NBA Draft while he received feedback on his status.
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