Highly ranked Class of 2020 star Cade Cunningham will announce his top 10 schools on Thursday at 4 p.m. central.
Cunningham has been one of the top performers on the NIKE EYBL circuit this spring and has been one of Kansas' top targets for over a year. However, the Jayhawks aren't the favorite to land the 6-foot-6 small forward right now.
Oklahoma State is said to be the favorite, but the Cowboys haven't made many splashes in the recruiting world over the past couple of years. Landing Cunningham would create a huge wave for them.
Kansas, Kentucky, Duke, Texas and Oklahoma State are some of the many schools that have been recruiting Cunningham throughout the past year.
Cunningham is a Texas native but transferred to Montverde Academy in Florida this past school year.
Here's a quick look at some of his highlights while we wait his first of what figures to be a few rounds of cutdowns.
Kansas Assistant Coach Norm Roberts was in Florida on Thursday to watch 2019 forward Precious Achiuwa, 2019 guard Harlond Beverly, 2020 forward Cade Cunningham and 2020 guard Moses Moody. All four players star for Montverde Academy in Montverde, FL.
Achiuwa, who has scheduled his official visit to Kansas to begin this Sunday, is also scheduled to officially visit North Carolina on March 9th. Achiuwa and fellow Kansas target Matthew Hurt are two of the five players participating in the McDonald's All American game that remain uncommitted. Achiuwa will like make his college decision sometime in April.
Beverly is a 6'3" guard that has seen his recruitment take off over the recent months. The Michigan native is being recruited by Michigan State, Indiana, Iowa State, Baylor and Kansas among others.
Kansas Assistant Coach Jerrance Howard has been recruiting Texas native Cade Cunningham for some time. Kansas, LSU, Oklahoma State and Kentucky are some of the schools recruiting Cunningham.
Arkansas native Moses Moody is being recruited by Arkansas, Auburn, Missouri, Stanford, Florida and Kansas among others.