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KU coaching staff hit the road on Tuesday

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Kansas University basketball recruiting

Kansas University basketball recruiting

Fresh off of their blowout win over Iowa State on Monday night, the Kansas men's basketball coaching staff hit the road on Tuesday to watch some top recruiting targets.

Head coach Bill Self was in Tennessee to see Class of 2021 power forward Kennedy Chandler before heading to Tulsa, Okla., to see 2020 KU signee Bryce Thompson on his senior night at Booker T. Washington High. Thompson scored 24 points in the win, with Self watching from the stands.

Assistant coach Norm Roberts made the short trip north to Omaha, Neb., to watch two top Kansas targets in action against one another, Class of 2021 point guard Hunter Sallis and Class of 2020 shooting guard Donovan Williams.

With four signees already inked in the 2020 class, most of KU's recruiting efforts of late have been spent on future classes, with the 2021 and 2022 crews taking priority. But Kansas continues to look around at a couple of players in the 2020 class, including Williams, in case the opportunity to add another player for next season presents itself.

Comments

Joe Black 7 months, 1 week ago

ESPN 2021 recruiting shows Kennedy Chandler as a 5'11" point guard not a power forward. They also show Hunter Sallis as a 6'3" shooting guard.

Joe Black 7 months, 1 week ago

Is Donavan Williams ranked at all? I didn't find him on ESPN list of top recruits.

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