With only a few days before making his college decision, 2020 PG Bryce Thompson will make one last unofficial visit on Friday when he makes the trip to Lawrence to see the Jayhawks take on UNC Greensboro. Thompson, who will announce his decision on Tuesday at 10:00 am inside Booker T. Washington High School, unofficially visited Oklahoma State earlier this week.
Thompson will choose between Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, North Carolina and Kansas.
2020 PG Bryce Thompson will announce his college decision on Tuesday, November 12th. The 6'4" PG from Oklahoma will choose between North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Kansas.
Thompson will announce his decision at 10:00 am central time at Booker T. Washington High School. He has already visited all four schools remaining on his list but will make an unofficial visit to Oklahoma State on Wednesday, November 6th.
Five-star Class of 2020 guard Bryce Thompson cut his list to four on Sunday.
The Oklahoma native cut his list to North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Kansas. Thompson recently visited Kansas the day after Late Night in the Phog, and the Jayhawks considered to be one of the favorites to land the star guard.
Kansas coach Bill Self visited with Thompson and his family on Oct. 17, as did Oklahoma State coach Mike Boynton and an assistant coach from North Carolina.
Thompson is expected to make his decision relatively soon, likely in time to make it official during the early signing period, which runs Nov. 13-20.
The Kansas coaching staff check-in on 2020 PG Bryce Thompson on Monday. The Kansas staff will watch him work out before heading over to Thompson's residence for an in-home visit. The 6'5" PG from Oklahoma is coming off of his official visit to North Carolina this past weekend. He will visit Oklahoma State on September 28th before heading to Lawrence once again for Late Night in the Phog. Texas and Oklahoma are also expected to watch Thompson work out on Monday.
The Kansas staff is expected to be in to see 2020 PG Caleb Love on Tuesday. North Carolina is also expected to see the 6'3" PG from St. Louis. Love is scheduled to officially visit Kansas the week after Late Night in the Phog.
2020 PF JT Thor wrapped up his visit to Oklahoma State this past weekend and named his top 5 schools. Oklahoma State, Georgia, UCLA, Kentucky, and Kansas are the schools left on his list. Oklahoma State is currently considered to be the favorite. Thor is scheduled to officially visit Kansas for Late Night in the Phog.
2022 Kansas commit Tre White is transferring to Cornerstone Christian in San Antonio, TX. The 6'5" SF committed to Kansas back in June.
Class of 2021 point guard Kennedy Chandler will unofficially visit Kansas on Oct. 4 for Late Night in the Phog.
Chandler, a Memphis native, saw his recruitment take off after leading MOKAN Elite to the Peach Jam Championship in July.
Chandler will visit Oklahoma on Sept. 28 before making the trip to Kansas. Tennessee, Kentucky, Duke and Memphis, among others, are also very interested in Chandler.
Class of 2020 big man Gethro Muscadin in also scheduled to visit Kansas. The 6-foot-10 center from Aspire Basketball Academy is scheduled to officially visit Kansas on Sept. 20. Kansas football will host West Virginia that weekend.
Muscadin is also schedule to visit Kansas State on Sept. 6, Minnesota on Sept. 13 and Texas Tech on Oct. 5. UNLV, UCONN, VCU and New Mexico are all also involved in his recruitment.
A Class of 2020 point guard, Bryce Thompson is expected to arrive in Lawrence on Thursday for an unofficial visit.
The 6-foot-4 PG from Oklahoma has seen his recruitment explode in recent months after his dominating performances on the Under Armour circuit throughout the spring.
Thompson has picked up offers from North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Notre Dame among others in recent months.
Thompson has visited Kansas a number of times with his family. His father Rod Thompson played for Coach Self at Tulsa for one season and the two have remained close throughout the years.
Along with Coach Self, Kansas Assistant Coach Norm Roberts leads the way in Thompson's recruitment to Kansas.
Class of 2020 point guard, R.J. Hampton, and his family wrapped up his 48-hour official visit to Kansas shortly after KU's 78-70 win over Baylor Saturday afternoon. According to Hampton's father, Rod, the visit couldn't have gone better for Hampton and his family.
"There are a few basketball programs that you can say this is what college basketball is all about," said Mr. Hampton. "Kansas fits that, and we have a few of those (programs) on our list," he added.
Mr. Hampton added that the visit went well for him and his family from start to finish.
"From start to finish of the visit everything was first class," said Mr. Hampton. "Getting to see the day-to-day workings was impressive. At the end of the day you gotta respect tradition. We could see ourselves as a Jayhawk family. We will see!!!"
The family atmosphere that Coach Self and his staff have developed at Kansas is something that was very noticeable to Hampton and his family.
"Coach Self and his staff handle the guys in such a way that they hold you accountable," said Mr. Hampton. "The family atmosphere makes you want to work hard to better yourself, and make the team better. They do a great job!!!"
Kansas Assistant Jerrance Howard, along with Coach Self, have a done a great job in Hampton's recruitment. Hampton is considered by many to be the top guard in the country. Should the Hamptons decide to become a Jayhawk family there will be a number of top players wanting to join Hampton in Lawrence.
2020 PG R.J. Hampton will begin his 48 hour official visit to Kansas on Thursday, Hamton's father Ron Hampton confirmed to KUSports.com. The do everything PG from Little Elm, TX will arrive on Thursday evening and stay through Saturday's game vs Baylor.
Hampton is considered by many to be the best guard in the country, no matter class. Duke, Kentucky, Memphis, TCU and Kansas are the five schools remaining on Hampton's list after he cut it to five in early February.
2019 Forward Matthew Hurt will be one of the twelve players representing Team USA on April 12th in the 22nd annual Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, OR.
Hurt, who officially visited Kansas earlier this month for the Texas Tech game, captured a gold medal at the 2018 FIBA U18 Championships last summer. Hurt is one of only two players named to the Hoop Summit roster that hasn't either verbally committed to a school, or already signed a LOI. Cole Anthony is the other player that remains undecided.