Four members of KU's 2022 recruiting class sign national letters of intent to officially join Jayhawks
While much of Wednesday was spent with the Kansas men’s basketball program basking in the aftermath of a season-opening victory over Michigan State on Tuesday night, the day was also pretty significant for KU’s future.
Four members of the Class of 2022 made their oral commitments official by signing national letters of intent on Wednesday.
That group makes up the No. 4-ranked 2022 class in the country, according to Rivals.com.
Each player brings a different set of skills to the court, but all four seem to be in line with the type of versatile and athletic talent that Kansas coach Bill Self brought to the program this offseason.
The Jayhawks could still add another player or two to the 2022 class before it’s all said and done. But they’re unlikely to add another in the early signing period, which opened Wednesday and runs through Nov. 17. The Division I basketball regular signing period runs April 13, 2022 through May 18, 2022.
Here’s a look at some of the action from today’s official signings.