Class of 2019 forward Tristan Enaruna will officially visit three schools in four days later this month.
The 6-foot-9, highly skilled forward from Utah, via Holland, will begin his visit tour on April 24 at Miami. He will then visit Creighton on April 26 before finally visiting Kansas on April 28.
Enaruna's visit follows a big week for Kansas in the recruiting world. Class of 2019 SG Cassius Stanley is expected to announce his decision on Saturday, one day after highly coveted forward Matthew Hurt makes his announcement on the 19th.
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.