Campus Corner

July 9, 2014 12:27 PM

An analysis of Bill Self’s best basketball recruiting classes at Kansas

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self is not shy about anointing his latest class as one of his best. But measuring recruiting classes can be a murky exercise. There are myriad star ratings, and the noise of recruiting services. So as the three-week July recruiting period loomed — it officially started Wednesday — The Star set out to determine which recruiting class produced the biggest on-court impact during Self’s 11 seasons in Lawrence.

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