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Texas Tech guard Kevin McCullar (15) during an NCAA college basketball game against Kansas on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022 in Lawrence, Kan. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley)

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Texas Tech transfer Kevin McCullar Jr. calls Kansas 'the right fit for me' after withdrawing from NBA draft

The final piece of the Kansas basketball roster for the 2022-23 season was put into place Wednesday evening, when Texas Tech transfer Kevin McCullar Jr. announced his intention to withdraw from the NBA draft. By Matt Tait

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Kevin McCullar Jr.'s point guard potential and defensive skills fit anywhere but make him particularly well-suited for Kansas

For a decent chunk of his youth basketball career, it looked as if Kevin McCullar Jr. might be destined to be a point guard. While that has not been his primary position in college, he has carried those skills with him and added to them to make himself a good fit for any style and any program. By Matt Tait

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Not yet withdrawn from the NBA draft, Texas Tech transfer Kevin McCullar Jr. commits to play for Kansas if he returns to school

Although he plans to continue the process of testing his NBA draft stock through the end of the month, former Texas Tech wing Kevin McCullar Jr. revealed on Thursday night that if he returns to college it will be at Kansas. By Matt Tait

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