Best Hoops Recruits in Each Big 12 Class
With the turbulence introduced into basketball recruiting by transfer mania, we can be sure there will be further alteration to Big 12 rosters between now and tipoff in late November. However, at this point the vast majority of classes have been basically finalized and the prime recruits pulled into the fold. That being the case, now is an appropriate time to take a brief look at the presumably best member of each school’s class. We will only examine players who will be eligible to play this season.
NCAA.com ranks Kansas as top 10 team
“The Jayhawks could have the most intimidating frontcourt in the country with Udoka Azubuike and Silvio De Sousa,” Katz wrote. “Getting Devon Dotson (Quentin Grimes is transferring) will allow KU to have the necessary experience on the perimeter. If this team stays healthy then they will be in the chase for a Final Four berth.”
KU target Jalen Wilson ready for Kansas visit | KUsports.com
“All the schools that are on me heavy are schools that need a wing,” The 6-foot-8, 210-pound forward recently said in an Instagram Live interview with Tipton Edits. “That’s what I’m really going off now, schools that are really in need of me.”
Kickoff times set for KU football's nonconference home dates | KUsports.com
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Three KU football questions entering the summer: OLBs
For as good as the KU defense was in 2018 at getting takeaways, it really struggled to get home to opposing quarterbacks. Although KU led the Big 12 in takeaways (27), it finished ninth in sacks per game (1.75). From the 21 sacks KU recorded in 2018, only six were credited to edge rushers. Brian Lipscomb came up with three, Kyron Johnson recorded two and Azur Kamara recorded one.
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