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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Recruit DeAndre Daniels remains quiet

No telling when saga with prep will end

DeAndre Daniels, the No. 10-ranked player according to Rivals.com in the class of 2011.

DeAndre Daniels, the No. 10-ranked player according to Rivals.com in the class of 2011.

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No. 10-rated basketball prospect DeAndre Daniels will sign a financial-aid agreement with a college at some point.

Which college and when that will happen are anybody’s guess.

Daniels, a 6-foot-8 senior forward from Florida’s IMG Academies who was expected to announce his college choice Wednesday, then Thursday, did not choose between Kansas, Texas and Oregon as the school week came to a close Friday.

IMG officials said they will let reporters know if and when a new decision day is planned.

“I know that a few tentative announcement dates had been set, but until everybody (in Daniels camp) is on the same page, I don’t anticipate an announcement,” said Rivals.com analyst Shay Wildeboor. “I firmly believe it’s Kansas or Texas, but at this point, DeAndre needs to talk with his father and get everything figured out.”

It has been speculated that Daniels’ dad, who is in California, favors KU. Some have said DeAndre, who is in Florida, favors UT. Nobody knows for sure because both family members have been reluctant to speak to reporters.

Daniels has let the spring signing period elapse, meaning he can only sign a financial-aid agreement, not a letter of intent. The agreement binds the school to the player, but not the player to the school. Daniels in theory would be free to attend any school two or three weeks into first semester of the 2011-12 school year.

“This has definitely been one of the more heavily followed recruitments with very little information,” Wildeboor said. “The media have been left in the dark. DeAndre is the one who put in the work to get himself in this position. He deserves the right to take as much time to make the best decision for himself.”

Comments

Andy Tweedy 8 years, 9 months ago

Damn, that's an SNL throwback to my childhood!!!

salem58 8 years, 9 months ago

i just read on another website that he picked ku

Marc Frey 8 years, 9 months ago

That was a prediction by the May 21st money grabber, Harold Camping. I would not believe that site.

slotperson 8 years, 9 months ago

Remember King Auther, had a dream. I hope DeAndre Daniels makes it happen.

Todd Simpson 8 years, 9 months ago

its not on the onion jaybate just looked

Kevin John 8 years, 9 months ago

DD the answer is real simple. Danny Manning is the best Big Man coach in America. And 7 straight Big 12 Titles speak for themselves. Texas folds every year and Oregon is not going to do anything in a very weak Pac 10. Either Arizona or UW is going to win the Pac 10, and why consider playing on FSN when you can get major exposure at Kansas on ESPN? I live on the Westcoast and the quality of basketball and coverage has major flaws, games are televised late at night when the rest of the world is sleeping. LOL

Cameron Schienebeck 8 years, 9 months ago

Not sure how any recruit could pick Texas. NOBODY does less with more than Rick Barnes.

Jeeveshawk 8 years, 9 months ago

Thats probably true. Frank Martin is in the running though.

bigjay83 8 years, 9 months ago

Clearly he is awaiting the rapture. No need to make a decision when your body and soul could be committed elsewhere.

Gary Wirsig 8 years, 9 months ago

...and when will he sign? No man knows the day or the hour (not even DeAndre).

Steve Gantz 8 years, 9 months ago

Aha, you beat me to it, but clearly if you're up at 4:43 am, you're not wasting your last day on earth by sleeping!

bigjay83 8 years, 9 months ago

Hey, I'm guessing there's no tequila shots in heaven!

E.R. doc, actually. Was taking a break during a long shift.

Scott Smetana 8 years, 9 months ago

Sweet. We'll take any big man right now.

Jack Wilson 8 years, 9 months ago

Wish we would have signed him; he could be great. Ratings don't matter.

jaybate 8 years, 9 months ago

"Delaying Past the LOI Deadline, or Deandre and the Short Hairs"

By delaying deciding where Deandre Daniels will play until after the LOI deadline, Deandre appears to have strengthened his bargaining position with universities that want a tall, skinny, good shooting, 3/4 swing man.

Now Deandre can apparently wait till as late as 3 weeks after school starts to let competitive bidding optimize his benefits.

The only thing he had to give up to get this advantage was the certainty that an LOI provided him now; that at least one school had to take him.

The certainty of that LOI was probably not much value to give up, because KU, Texas and Duke (and probably several other big time programs) each were expected to have had scholies remaining after the LOI deadline, and because KU, Texas, and Duke (and probably several other big time programs) were expected to have had inelastic demand for the constant match-up advantage that Deandre appears to be at the 3, at least on the college level.

Even Brandon Rush, the gold standard in 3 position defense, would have had trouble guarding a 3 that was two inches taller and just as quick and bouncey.

(Note: in fact, even the great BRush did have some trouble guarding Kevin Durant once upon a time.)

And next season, since there doesn't seem to be a 3 in D1 remotely as good defensively as Brandon Rush with which to guard Deandre, well, Deandre is a guy who could give a ring-minded team the unfair advantage any coach dreams of.

Deandre's situation is interesting for at least two reasons.

First, what does he hope to gain by triggering this competitive bargaining situation? KU, Texas and Duke (and probably many other major programs) cannot give Deandre more than a scholie, right? Right?

Second, I wonder whether Deandre has created a monopoly, or a monopsony? (Note: no, I don't want to split hairs right now and ask if he is a oligopoly, or an oligopsony? I leave that to you, dear reader.)

jaybate 8 years, 9 months ago

Monopoly we are all familiar with. It is one seller facing many buyers.

Monopsony is less familiar. It is one buyer facing many sellers.

Walmart, reputedly, sort of has the best of both of these de-competitive worlds.

Walmart, because of its enormous size and buying power, is reputedly kind of a monopsony. It reputedly often gets to act like one buyer dictating price (some might say cost) it will pay to many suppliers of goods to be sold on its shelves.

At the same time, Walmart is reputedly also kind of a monopolist, at least in many of its trade areas. It reputedly kind of gets to dictate to shoppers how much it will sell the goods on its shelves for.

But back to Deandre.

Deandre waiting till after the LOI deadline does not seem to have created a Walmart kind of advantage for himself; that is, where he is both monopsonist and monopolist.

But he does seem to have crafted his situation into one or the other.

But which?

I can view Deandre as a single buyer facing a group of sellers (KU, Duke, Texas, etc.) and wanting to buy education and PT with the consideration of his MUA labor.

Or I can view Deandre as a single seller facing a group of buyers (KU, Duke, Texas, etc. again) and wanting to sell his MUA labor for the price of an education and PT.

I can make a case for modeling it either way.

But either way, he seems to have them by the short hairs now.

What a deal!

And if they try to get tough with him and collude on declining to admit him, then he sues them, while going to play overseas for a year.

Or maybe he just can't make up his mind.

(Note: all of the above post in two parts is opining and speculation.)

Hank Cross 8 years, 9 months ago

"No. 10-rated basketball prospect DeAndre Daniels will sign a financial -XXX agreement with a college at some point." That's more like it. Don't pretend that he cares at all about that "education" he'll be receiving for a year.

ohmixmaster 8 years, 9 months ago

Jaybate, when are either the LJW or the KC Star going to hire you as a full time sports writer? Are your applications complete, sample articles included from your postings of symbolic scribe? If so whats the problem? If not, why not? Take it from a guy who wrote for a magazine for over a decade, your thoughts, correlations, creativity, and your subject knowledge need to be seen by more eyes, on a much grander scale. Jason Whitlock was an average (at best) sports writer who rarely backed up his opinions in regards to Football. The guy is making a small fortune posing as a cross between social commentator/ football expert, and he knows little about either subject. If HE can make a real career out of the wordsmith craft, then you, as a more informed, and as I repeat myself, symbolic writer can (and should) do the same.

lifetimeJay 8 years, 9 months ago

Jaybate, that was very entertaining, yet useless lmao. I scroll through comments just to read yours

Marvin Blackburn 8 years, 9 months ago

I wonder if there is a skeleton in the closet that only his father knows about and is holding Deandre to the secret in order to get him to go to KU. Oh to be a fly on the wall at the Daniels household!

Joel Hood 8 years, 9 months ago

I must be getting old. A few years ago, I was more patient and understanding of 18 year olds dragging out the drama. Now, I'd just as soon see guys like this go somewhere else.

The world of one and dones makes me feel like we a looking for the classiest call girl available in hopes that true love will be found. After we spend so much time and energy wooing her to move in, she takes off the next morning and the fun has barely begun.

If Daniels does come to KU, will he be another Selby and leave early - regardless of his freshman year stats? Does that actually help or hurt our recruiting and long-term success. I am getting old...

jayhawkinATL 8 years, 9 months ago

Pops, just let the kid go where HE wants to go. This is about HIS happiness, not YOURS. I wish he would pick KU, but if his heart is not in it, then it does us no good.

bad_dog 8 years, 9 months ago

Right, we sure wouldn't ever want a parent to provide experience driven guidance and input to their child. Concluding this is about Dad's "happiness" as opposed to him seeing KU's winning tradition, coaching staff, opportunity for improving his game, etc.vs what Texas can offer is pretty speculative on your part IMHO.

All this Dad vs. DD reporting may be just as much blather as everything else we read and speculate about recruits. He might be interested in another school we aren't even aware of yet or even considering going overseas to play.

jayhawkinATL 8 years, 9 months ago

For all you know, pops could be nothing more than one of those annoying "helicopter" parents. You know, one who lives vicariously through his kid. Bottom line...if the kid just wants to go to UT, let him go to UT. Why drag it out and make it harder on the kid??? Sometimes you just have to learn from your choices (including mistakes) in life. BTW...I think UT happens to have a lot to offer...nice campus, hot co-eds, top-notch athletics department, and great academics. Didn't seem to hurt Kevin Durant.

bad_dog 8 years, 9 months ago

For all YOU know, this entire Dad vs. DD issue may be non-existent-a complete fabrication, or at least blown completely out of proportion. How in the heck do you, I or anyone else have any clue beyond what some third party with an interest in generating internet hits is telling us regarding this matter? We aren't family members and we've all seen the "know all" pundits fall face first in a deep pile of supposition before. We don't affirmatively know whether there even is any disagreement between Dad & DD. They might be laughing their a$$es off at all the speculation over this.

As for how I deal with parental/child situations, I prefer to try to point out what I believe the advantages/disadvantages of any situation may be and then let them make their own decisions. Indeed, UT does have a lot to offer-just not as much as KU does in basketball-which is after all the primary reason he's going to any school.

Dan Harris 8 years, 9 months ago

The only thing they lack is a quality coach or a top 4 bball program.

KEITHMILES05 8 years, 9 months ago

He and his dad have not been on the same page for many, many months. What is another few days or weeks or months? The bottom line is he must be content and happy with his choice.

KEITHMILES05 8 years, 9 months ago

I find it ironic Shay is preaching to people to leave the kid alone when in fact he pesters and hounds and stalks these guys like nobody else. He needs to tone down his talk and set an example before throwing stones.

Tony Bandle 8 years, 9 months ago

Deandre....did anyone tell you that with Kansas next year you'll get to play in Allen Fieldhouse, the best venue ever plus Madison Square Garden, Los Angeles and Maui!!!!!!!!

DD, I've been to Hawaii seven times [three times as a registered architect on business, two honeymoons, a ten year wedding anniverasy renewal and, most importantly, to the Maui Classic in 1996.

Man, it is the best experience ever. An intimate high school gym with you being up against some of the best players in the world.

Did I mention it is in HAWAII!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Scott Smetana 8 years, 9 months ago

hahaha, I hope your Wife didn't see that one! Nice to see you have your Jayhawk Priorities set right.

Kent Wells 8 years, 9 months ago

Dude, I'm a Mormon and I've been to Hawaii on honeymoons 7 times! Each bride to a different island. It is spectacular!

jhox 8 years, 9 months ago

I've watched a few clips of Daniels recently, and he reminds me of a slightly shorter version of Manning. Who better to teach him than the Danny? Let's hope he makes the right decision.

Why go to a football school, and play second fiddle to the Longhorn football players, when you can to go a basketball school, and be the talk of the campus?

JHawk74 8 years, 9 months ago

I think Daniels wants to go directly to the NBA and not play college ball. He may believe he will be able to do it after the NBA collective bargaining agreement is reached this summer. I think they should change the rule similar to college football but most experts believe the rule will be dropped. I'm not sure why we want to recruit 1 and done players anyway. Henry and Selby haven't made our team better. They demand playing time and haven't been completely effective. We all think we are going to find another Kevin Durant or Michael Beasley as a 1 and done college player.

jhox 8 years, 9 months ago

I'm not convinced he wants to go straight to the NBA. Kentucky had a scholarship available, and was badly in need of big man depth, and wanted him to play the second semester for them this past season. For some reason, he had no interest in doing that. Instead, KU was promising him they wouldn't force him to play second semester, and he was interested in that scenario, but we didn't have the scholarship available. Why would a guy who fancies himself a one and done player, not want to burn a semester of college eligibility? It just makes no sense.

If I see myself as a one and done guy, I'd have jumped at the chance to play somewhere second semester, and then play one more full season before declaring. Assuming he planned to play the 2011-2012 season anyway, what would be the downside? I think he may be thinking of himself who wants to spend more than a year in college ball.

In any event, we need the big man depth, so I'd take him either way.

David Morrison 8 years, 9 months ago

I agree with you JHawk74. Seems Daniels wants to wait to see if he can go directly to the NBA. If that is the case, let him go. We should be recruiting players that truly want to attend college, are committed to K.U., and devote themselves to the program. Self has kids on the team now that are talented. With playing time, they could be very good college players. Recruiting these "one and done" prospects does not help the team in the long run. It creates the necessity to replace the "one and doners" each year...at the expense of the "committed" players' development.

kerbyd 8 years, 9 months ago

"If the glove doesn't fit then do not commit". Oh......sorry.....I guess that was something else.

KGphoto 8 years, 9 months ago

hawkerjoel, Oakville, jhox:

Those are great posts.

jaybate: You had me until Wal-Mart. Then my hate valve opened up, my eyes rolled back in my head and I started speaking in tongue, something about sacrificing David Glass on the center field fountains. Obviously the rest of your post went unread. But I will continue reading you in the future.

DeAndre: You're starting to look like a prima donna. I'm sure you have the best intentions, but the media has a way of twisting how people see you, and the longer you wait, the more they'll twist.

I'm also wondering if this means you'll have a hard time pulling the trigger with time running out in a big game in, let's say, March.

Martin Rosenblum 8 years, 9 months ago

I still contend that it is irrelevant where a player goes for his one year of college ball. The NBA evaluates more seriously through their combines, etc. than if Player A wore a Jayhawk uniform, a Duke uniform or a UMKC uniform. The drama and histrionics of these decisions regarding the "best" school to play for is so senseless.

Suggestions for selecting a school for the one year:

Pick a school with.....

Best weather in the winter.

Best athletic dorm.

Best looking female population.

Most appealling tournament schedule (ie. Maui)

Style and level of travel within conference play.

Coaching staff with best record of OADs.

Hank Cross 8 years, 9 months ago

100% correct - where a OAD goes to school is completely irrelevant assuming same level of tv exposure to raise his name recognition.

blowhard 8 years, 9 months ago

Big D: You have an opportunity very few people will ever experience. A full ride to attend KU and be a huge part of a huge program is a privilege that you will never regret. You must be ready to play virtually all of your games at KU on National TV...it's a "big stage" and we all hope you are with us. KU is a very special place that you will treasure forever. KU's educational opportunities are massive and the Program will certainly prepare you for your NBA career. As you know Coaches Self, Townsend, Manning, Dooley and Hinson are absolute studs. All the hot girls in your classes and Allen Field House anxiously await your arrival. You'll love it, make it happen!!!

JayDocMD 8 years, 9 months ago

"Ode to DD" (revised)

There once was an hombre named Deandre.

Basketball (indecision) his forte.

Array of dates set,

no deadlines yet met,

Wednesday? No Payday. Too late - it's Doomsday.

Al Salazar 8 years, 9 months ago

“Don't wake me for the end of the world unless it has very good special effects”

Funhawk 8 years, 9 months ago

And then I fell in love with the most wonderful player in the world…..and then one day he went away. And I thought I’d die…..but I didn’t…..and when I didn’t, I said to myself, is that all there is to a team……is that all there is?

“Is that all there is, is that all there is If that's all there is, my friend, then let's keep dancing Let's break out the booze and have a ball If that's all there is.”

Sing along with Peggy Lee (alternative to Jayhawk suicide) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BjhJLhSbYg&feature=related

jaybate 8 years, 9 months ago

Poog was the under reported great...

And her version of that song is the greatest existential ballad ever.

Thxs for the recall from the memory hole.

Funhawk 8 years, 9 months ago

As I sat here reading, I saw the whole world going up in flames. I had the feeling something was missing. I didn’t know what, but when it was all over, I said to myself, is that all there is to recruiting….is that all there is?

“Is that all there is, is that all there is If that's all there is, jaybate, then let's keep dancing Let's break out the booze and have a ball If that's all there is.”

JHWK 8 years, 9 months ago

I can't believe I keep checking back to see if he's decided.

Yawwwwwnnnnn.....

I really must not have enough going on in my life, if I really care if this kid's indecisiveness is curable or chronic. Let's hope - if he comes to KU - that this facet of his character does not bleed onto his on-court game. Otherwise we may see one of those free throws a-la Lester Earl. Remember??

Rock Chalk. I am gonna search between the cushions of the couch for the life I once had....

jaybate 8 years, 9 months ago

Oooh, drgn,

I like it when you get down to it!

brooksmd 8 years, 9 months ago

jaybate: "First, what does he hope to gain by triggering this competitive bargaining situation? KU, Texas and Duke (and probably many other major programs) cannot give Deandre more than a scholie, right? Right?"...Well if Calisleazy is working the phone there may be considerably more than a scholie. You know he's never met an OAD he didn't like.

jaybate 8 years, 9 months ago

That mousse habit of his expensive. He's got to have the OADs to feed it. :-)

Bee Bee 8 years, 9 months ago

I ll take Tyrel Reed over any of these, "SO CALLED" big time recruits. They are more trouble than what they are worth. Not to mention not as good as advertised.

(Selby)

ROCK CHALK!

Jack Wilson 8 years, 9 months ago

And with that, you will have mediocre basketball.

Selby was only here one season.

I recall some big-time recruits that seemed to pay decent dividends a few seasons ago.

Michael Bratisax 8 years, 9 months ago

I'm with HEM on this one. Most (a lot might be better) Jayhawks give Brad Daugherty's recruits as the reason Roy won his 1st NCAA tittle. I also give Brad a lot of credit..but without OAD recruit Marvin Williams, Roy would have needed to wait until 2009 for his 1st.

Lance Hobson 8 years, 9 months ago

Come on now, we need some stars who will hit the big shots in the big games. Tyrel Reed is a nice player but he wasn't one of those guys.

dynamitehawk 8 years, 9 months ago

Oh crap! The world is ending in 46 minutes. Deandre - trust me. God prefers Jayhawks.

Jack Wilson 8 years, 9 months ago

Of course Self prefers the Jayhawks. He coaches here doesn't he?

dynamitehawk 8 years, 9 months ago

My sources indicate that God has delayed judgement day until Thursday (no Thursday in particular). But I stand by the fact that God prefers Jayhawks.

Jeremy Wilhelm 8 years, 9 months ago

http://kansascity.sbnation.com/kansas-jayhawks/2011/5/21/2182823/is-deandre-daniels-trying-to-skip-college-and-head-straight-to-nba

I think this makes some sense - best theory I've read to explain why Daniels hasn't yet committed let alone said anything about it.

Jack Wilson 8 years, 9 months ago

Perhaps I have been missing this a bit ... I was not under the impression that Daniels was projected to be a one and done.

Ralster's right on .. I just don't think a Durant-type standout would work in Self's system. And that's the key .. system. Barnes has no system. Calipari has no system. They win to varying levels a different way. Self has a system and is a system first guy. Maybe an "approach" to the game that is more important than anything else. The player adjusts, the system or approach rarely does. With Self ,, and maybe this is a bad analogy .. it's kind of like Army boot camp. He breaks you down and molds you into his type of player more than most other coaches do.

More than anything, he requires a level of defensive proficiency; and he will not allow defensive deficiencies to be overcome by adjustments to his offensive approach -- that is, accepting a lower level of defensive play in return for a more explosive offensive approach -- the trade-off (basically the coach Roy approach). Some of us get frustrated by that.

Self is what he is .. and he knows how to win. And I appreciate him trying to mine the talent pool for the top, top guys.

But give me the guy like Marcus Morris, or Mario Chalmers, who actually plays his way into an early entry after two or three seasons, and not the one that expects it after one season, that comes to KU because he has to, or uses KU as a one year stopping off point. I have no interest in the Josh Selbys of the world.

Sure, you might hit the jackpot once .. but on the average, these guys will cause Self's system and program more harm over the long term.

Drew Doerfler 8 years, 9 months ago

Well, Marcus and Mario were both pretty high recruits themselves......And I love Self, but his 'system' has also led to too many early demises in the tourney.....and ur right, he has his way and he doesn't change it....other coaches that he faces come up with gameplans to beat KU, while it seems that we merely keep playing how we always play regardless of who it is and dare them to beat us......well, these lower ranked teams are coming up with some good gameplans and R beating us....while we play our regular game.....something needs to change, because all else being the same.....when easily have the better athletes and players and we get beaten.....it usually means that we were outcoached on that given day.......I'm not complaining too much because he's done an amazing job, but I do wish that he would actually come up with a gameplan to beat the other team every once in awhile...

Jeeveshawk 8 years, 9 months ago

You guys are on the money. Example: 2008 title team starters=2seniors, 2juniors, 1sophmore, 0freshmen.

sportjunky 8 years, 9 months ago

Okay, I'm tired of people bagging on this kid! Look, we'd all take our time and try to make the decision that's best for us were we in his situation. Think for just one second what this young man is facing in his decision: he's been offered multiple full scholarships to incredible academic institutions, all of which have great college atmospheres, are located in great places to live, etc..., and his choice will determine how well he gets trained to make it after he finishes at that school. 1 yr? 2yrs? 3 yrs? Okay, 3 yrs is not likely, but he's looking at whether the school can get him where he wants to be and how efficiently they can get him there.

Make no mistake, YOU would do exactly the same thing-- "Hmm, should I go to school for one year, then become a millionaire, or two years, then become a millionaire-- all while playing the game that I so dearly love?" If the answer is 1 yr at either school, then which will better prepare me for the next step and better my position in the draft? If only 2 yrs-- same thing applies! You're lying if you say you wouldn't leave college for millions of dollars. Argue that point all you want, and you'll still be a liar (unless you were already a millionaire). Were you getting paid millions to do whatever you love the most, you'd leave school too.

Many (most, probably, as I've learned from being around some of them) of these kids do actually care about learning something while they're here, too, but they do have to weigh the support they are given (i.e., tutor corps, team support, etc...). So this is something else that they have to weigh, and it's not an easy choice.

In short, it takes time to make these decisions and these are decisions that impact this young man's entire future, and the entire future of his family. Get off his back-- he'll make the decision when he makes the decision. Hopefully, he'll choose KU. If not, good luck to this young fellow and we should all wish him well.

sportjunky 8 years, 9 months ago

Okay, I'm tired of people bagging on this kid! Look, we'd all take our time and try to make the decision that's best for us were we in his situation. Think for just one second what this young man is facing in his decision: he's been offered multiple full scholarships to incredible academic institutions, all of which have great college atmospheres, are located in great places to live, etc..., and his choice will determine how well he gets trained to make it after he finishes at that school. 1 yr? 2yrs? 3 yrs? Okay, 3 yrs is not likely, but he's looking at whether the school can get him where he wants to be and how efficiently they can get him there.

Make no mistake, YOU would do exactly the same thing-- "Hmm, should I go to school for one year, then become a millionaire, or two years, then become a millionaire-- all while playing the game that I so dearly love?" If the answer is 1 yr at either school, then which will better prepare me for the next step and better my position in the draft? If only 2 yrs-- same thing applies! You're lying if you say you wouldn't leave college for millions of dollars. Argue that point all you want, and you'll still be a liar (unless you were already a millionaire). Were you getting paid millions to do whatever you love the most, you'd leave school too.

Many (most, probably, as I've learned from being around some of them) of these kids do actually care about learning something while they're here, too, but they do have to weigh the support they are given (i.e., tutor corps, team support, etc...). So this is something else that they have to weigh, and it's not an easy choice.

In short, it takes time to make these decisions and these are decisions that impact this young man's entire future, and the entire future of his family. Get off his back-- he'll make the decision when he makes the decision. Hopefully, he'll choose KU. If not, good luck to this young fellow and we should all wish him well.

150to95 8 years, 9 months ago

Here is how he should view the process:

KU = He'll be a God UT = Might get a nod (although this may completely change if he puts on a football jersey and poses as the next great wide receiver) Oregon = Hey...you'll always have some cool Nike shoes:)

Sally Presson 8 years, 9 months ago

Enough De Andre!!! You know right now where you're going. Not a good sign for the good character award. You just want to make a big splash.

Kevin Huffman 8 years, 9 months ago

Going under the assumption of no Daniels:

Here's how I see the "rotation":

Ty. Taylor/Tharpe E.Johnson/McLemore Releford/Tehen Tho.Robinson/Traylor/Br.Anderson Withey/Wesley

I think Releford's the one due to breakout kind of like we saw Steve Woodberry do at the end of his time at KU.

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