Top 2021 PG Zion Harmon is officially visiting Kansas this week. Harmon, who is sitting in the front row for tonight's game vs Texas, is considering reclassifying into the 2020 class.
Harmon visited Seton Hall a couple of weeks ago and has already made trips to Western Kentucky, Maryland, and Louisville.
Harmon's decision about reclassifying, and what school he will attend, could come as early as March 12th - his birthday.
Class of 2021 small forward Kendall Brown is expected to unofficially visit Kansas tonight for game vs Milwaukee, according to his Coach Luke Barnwell.
Originally from Minnesota, Brown, a 6-foot-7, 200-pound, 4-star prospect ranked No. 17 overall in the 2021 class by Rivals.com, currently stars for Sunrise Christian in Bel Aire, Kan.
Brown, who previously visited Kansas back in October for Late Night in the Phog, has offers from Texas, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Illinois, Marquette, Baylor and Kansas, among others.
Fellow-Class of 2021 prospect Tamar Bates, a 3-star combo guard ranked No. 127 by Rivals, also will unofficially visit Kansas tonight for the second-ranked Jayhawks' game versus Milwaukee.
The 6-foot-4 Piper (Kan.) High star has seen his recruitment take off over the past year.
Missouri, Northwestern, Creighton, Kansas State, and Wichita State among others have all offered. Schools like North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Wake Forest, and Kansas among others have shown interest.
2021 SF Kendall Brown is expected to unofficially visit Kansas tonight for game vs Milwaukee, according to his Coach Luke Barnwell. Originally from Minnesota, Brown currently stars for Sunrise Christian in Bel Aire, KS. Brown previously visited Kansas back in October for Late Night in the Phog.
Brown has offers from Texas, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Illinois, Marquette, Baylor and Kansas among others.
Kansas assistant coach Norm Roberts was in South Carolina on Tuesday night to see Class of 2021 shooting guard Bryce McGowens in action.
Roberts saw the 6-foot-5 McGowens help lead his team to a blowout win over Easley.
McGowens has inside-the-gym range, meaning, once he's inside the gym he can hit from anywhere. His size allows him to easily shoot over defenders and makes him a matchup nightmare for opponents.
McGowens has already unofficially visited Clemson, Georgia, Ole Miss, Pitt, and Florida State. LSU, Nebraska, Wichita State, Georga Tech, Xavier, South Carolina, and many others have already offered.
2020 PF Isaiah Cottrell will arrive on Thursday for his official visit to Kansas. The 6'10" junior from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, NV, will begin his 48 hour official visit on Thursday before heading back home after Saturday's game vs Baylor.
Cottrell is being recruited by West Virginia, Rutgers, Texas Tech, Marquette, TCU and Kansas among others. He has already officially visited Rutgers and West Virginia. He also unofficially visited Texas Tech.