University of Kansas

June 8, 2014 7:51 PM

Heralded recruit Cliff Alexander quietly begins his basketball career at Kansas

An archetypal power forward, the graduate of Curie High in Chicago is hoping that his freshman season at Kansas is not as quiet as his first week on campus. A McDonald’s All-American and consensus top-five recruit, Alexander doesn’t come prepackaged with the hype or whimsical potential of Andrew Wiggins, but he is the leading man in another talent-laden freshman class.

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