Men's Basketball Recruiting

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KU hits road wooing prep Diallo

The recruiting battle for elite basketball big man Cheick Diallo is heating up as the spring signing period (April 15-May 20) approaches. By Gary Bedore

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Jaylen Brown will take his time; Thon Maker details visit to KU

Jaylen Brown, a 6-foot-7 senior forward from Wheeler High in Marietta, Georgia, has been concentrating on his high school season more than recruiting.

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Thon Maker on the market now

The No. 1 player in the recruiting Class of 2016 now is’s No. 5-rated player in the current Class of 2015.

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Jayhawks recruiting Cheick Diallo and his younger teammate

Cheick Diallo, a 6-9 senior forward from Our Savior New American in Centereach, New York, has been studying videos from his five finalists — KU, Kentucky, Iowa State, St. John’s and Pittsburgh — to see where he might best fit in, reports.

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'Bam' on KU's radar

Kansas University is one of many schools recruiting Edrice “Bam” Adebayo, a 6-10, 242-pound junior power forward from Northside High in Pinetown, North Carolina.

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Notebook: ESPN’s Fraschilla says KU inconsistent; prep Dorsey picks Oregon

ESPN Big Monday color announcer Fran Fraschilla gave a short, to-the-point “State of the Jayhawks” address to the Journal-World prior to tipoff of Monday’s Kansas University-Iowa State basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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Junior forward King likes KU

V.J. King, a 6-7 junior small forward from Paul VI High in Fairfax, Virginia, tells he has heard from college basketball coaches from Kansas University, Kentucky, UConn, Florida, North Carolina, Louisville, Maryland and North Carolina State.

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KU commitment Carlton Bragg earns McDonald's All-American invite

Carlton Bragg, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Cleveland's Villa Angela St. Joseph High was one of 24 players named to the 2015 McDonald's All-American team, which was released Wednesday evening.

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Bragg scores 23 vs. Oak Hill Academy

Future Kansas University forward Carlton Bragg scored 23 points in Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph’s 76-72 loss to Oak Hill Academy on Monday at the Spaulding Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Prep SG Ferguson watches Kansas win

Terrance Ferguson, a 6-foot-6 junior shooting guard from Prime Prep Academy in Dallas, attended Tuesday’s 67-57 Kansas University basketball victory over Oklahoma State.

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Carlton Bragg headed to that Kansas

Nation's No. 14 prospect misspeaks, but chooses Jayhawks

Carlton Bragg, a 6-foot-9, 225-pound senior basketball power forward from Villa Angela St. Joseph High in Cleveland, who is ranked No. 14 in the Class of 2015 by, today orally committed to play basketball at Kansas University — after accidentally stating he was Kentucky-bound. By Benton Smith

Notebook: Malik Newman to visit KU

No. 3-rated Class of 2015 recruit Malik Newman, plans to pay a visit to Lawrence, Kansas.

Carlton Bragg ready to announce college choice

Today is Decision Day for blue chip basketball prospect Carlton Bragg, who will announce for either Kansas University, Kentucky or Illinois at 1:45 p.m., Central time, at Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School in Cleveland, Ohio. By Gary Bedore

Recruit Carlton Bragg to announce college choice on Thursday

No. 14-rated player tells he'll pick either Kansas, Kentucky or Illinois

Blue-chip, five-star Cleveland power forward Carlton Bragg will announce his college choice at 1:45 p.m., Central time, Thursday at Villa Angela St. Joseph High School,’s Reggie Rankin reported on Sunday.

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Bill Self on hand for prep Newman’s show

Blue-chip basketball prospect Malik Newman put on quite a show in front of Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self and Kentucky assistant Kenny Payne at Saturday’s Marshall County Hoop Fest in Benton, Kentucky. By Gary Bedore

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