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Top 10 Kansas target Isaiah Todd to name final 2 schools on Monday

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Kansas University basketball recruiting

Kansas University basketball recruiting

Class of 2020 power forward Isaiah Todd was in Lawrence over the weekend for Late Night and now plans to narrow his list of finalists to two sometime Monday.

Coincidence?

I think not.

The guess here is that KU will make the final two for Todd, the 6-foot-10, 200-pound, five-star forward from Word of God Christian Academy in Raleigh, N.C.

Where things go from here, and which of his four other finalists will crack the final two, is anyone’s guess, but you can’t be the school of choice without making the top two.

The No. 10-ranked player in the 2020 class per Rivals.com is down to KU, Michigan, Kentucky, North Carolina and Memphis.

He visited Michigan a week ago, was in Lawrence over the weekend and also has made several trips to Carolina during the past 12 months.

Rivals.com analyst Eric Bossi wrote recently that Todd is in no rush to make a decision and added the talented forward who sat right behind the KU bench for the featured acts at Late Night on Friday “is another player with speculation about the possibility he may end up overseas” like R.J. Hampton recently did.

Todd Tweeted on Sunday evening that he would be revealing his “TOP 2” on Monday but gave no further details.

The news is likely to drop sometime in the afternoon and if there’s any connection to Todd’s KU visit and the timing of the announcement, Kansas fans should feel pretty good about where the Jayhawks sit.

We’ll know soon enough. But it still could be several weeks before Todd makes his final choice known.

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Comments

Robert Brock 1 month, 2 weeks ago

KU and Michigan. Which means he will commit to the Wolverines on the 17th...

Craig Carson 1 month, 2 weeks ago

I doubt KU lands him due to all this NCAA drama...BUT if they did, it would let the fan base be a little more confident that KU can still land impact recruits despite what's going on

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