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Is KU basketball gaining ground on elite 2018 recruit Zion Williamson?

At least one recruiting analyst believes the Kansas Jayhawks could be coming closer to landing a top-three talent in the class of 2018. Anthony Slater, a national recruiting writer for 247Sports, switched his Crystal Ball pick for 6-foot-7 guard Zion Williamson this week from Kentucky to Kansas. He explained his thinking in an article by SEC Country’s Kyle Tucker Wednesday.

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