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Wayne Selden, middle front row, sits behind the bench during Late Night in the Phog on Friday, Oct. 12, 2012 at Allen Fieldhouse. Selden was one of 24 players selected for the 2013 McDonald's All-American game.

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Selden: Late Night visit made impression

Freshman Wayne Selden was sold on Kansas University after watching the 2012 Late Night in the Phog. This year, he’ll be meeting a batch of prospects with KU on their lists. By Gary Bedore

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Selden: Nothing painful about process of picking KU

Kansas University freshman Wayne Selden says picking KU was an easy choice once he visited for Late Night in the Phog. By Gary Bedore

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Opinion: Wayne Selden sizes up recruits

Wayne Selden, the second-highest-ranked recruit in Kansas University's next basketball recruiting class, sizes up his classmates. By Tom Keegan

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For Kansas basketball, recruiting never ceases

“Recruiting is a never-ending process,” said Bill Self, KU’s 10th-year coach, who added top-ranked Andrew WIggins to his recruiting haul last week. By Gary Bedore

McDonald's All-American Wayne Selden next up for KU hoops

Kansas University men's basketball recruit Wayne Selden, who will play in tonight's McDonald's All-American game, says he's ready to step up and lead a young KU team next season.

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KU signee Wayne Selden chosen for 2013 McDonald's All-American game

Kansas men's basketball signee Wayne Selden is one of 24 high school basketball players selected for the 2013 McDonald's All-American game. The rosters were announced Thursday.

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ESPN: KU hoops has No. 2 recruiting class for 2013

Kansas University’s men’s basketball recruiting Class of 2013 is currently ranked No. 2 in the country by

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Big pick-up: Combo guard Wayne Selden commits to KU basketball

Mom, five-star recruit had great time at Late Night in Phog

Wayne Selden, a 6-foot-5, 225-pound combo guard from Tilton School in Tilton, N.H., has orally committed to the Kansas men's basketball team.


Mel Clare 8 years, 6 months ago

Just watched the documentary on the Rules of Basketball. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!! Not jsut for Ku basketball but for ALL college basketball! The rules will always be and should always be in Lawrence, Kansas!!!!!!!!

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