Former Kansas basketball player Jeremy Case is joining the team’s staff as video coordinator, coach Bill Self announced Friday morning.
Case, who played in 94 games from 2003-08, spent the last four seasons as an assistant at Houston Baptist.
“He’s been on the road for the past seven seasons in the coaching profession and I was pleasantly surprised when he contacted me when this position opened,” Self said. “Hopefully this will be a stepping stone that will allow him elevate himself in coaching.”
Case was a graduate assistant at KU in 2008-09 before spending three years as an assistant at Southeast Missouri State. He replaces James Cox, who had been KU’s video coordinator since November 2014.
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“I want to thank Coach Self for the opportunity,” Case said, “and look forward to learning from him and his staff.”