Christian Braun, who has orally committed to the Kansas basketball team, brings a versatile skill set to KU, notes Blue Valley Northwest coach Ed Fritz and MoKan basketball youth director Drew Molitoris.
Former Kansas basketball player Michael Lee recalls participating in the first Bill Self Boot Camp at KU. Lee thought Roy Williams’ 12-minute run was tough. Boot Camp with Self and the rest of the Jayhawks proved even more grueling.
Several high school basketball players being recruited by Kansas will attend a USA Basketball minicamp in early October in Colorado Springs, Colo. They include Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, a former forward for Bishop Miege.
Former Kansas Jayhawks guard and consensus national college player of the year Frank Mason will compete for USA Basketball’s World Cup qualifying team. Also recruting news on James Wiseman and Matthew Hurt
Kansas basketball recruiting target Zeke Nnaji, a senior big man from Hopkins (Minn.) High, received a scholarship offer from the Kentucky Wildcats on Sunday. He was offered by the KU Jayhawks several weeks ago.
Three Hall of Fame college basketball coaches, including Kansas’ Bill Self, will be traveling to Minnesota to visit with blue-chip high school senior recruit Matthew Hurt of Rochester’s John Marshall High.
Former Kansas guard Frank Mason of the Sacramento Kings is one of 14 players who will gather in Las Vegas this week for U.S. World Cup qualifying team tryout camp. The camp to determine the 12-man team lasts through Sept. 13.