Kansas checks out 2015 basketball recruit Isaiah Briscoe

Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Jayhawks were reportedly among several big-time programs watching the Class of 2015 guard.

The Kansas Jayhawks were one of several major college basketball programs involved in watching Class of 2015 guard Isaiah Briscoe, according to a report by Adam Zagoria of SNY.tv on Wednesday.

Briscoe, a native of Union, N.J., is currently attending St. Benedict's Prep and is undecided about his collegiate plans. Visiting the 6'2, 200-pound guard were assistants from the Indiana Hoosiers and Louisville Cardinals along with Kansas assistant Joe Dooley.

"If Isaiah Brisoce wants to go, they said we'll take him," St. Benedict's Prep head coach Mark Taylor said of the three interested programs in the report.

Along with Kansas, Louisville and Indiana, Briscoe has received offers from 12 other schools, according to Yahoo!/Rivals, including the Arizona Wildcats, Connecticut Huskies, Florida Gators and Pittsburgh Panthers.

Last season, Kansas won the Big 12 conference championship en route to a run to the Final Four and national title game, where they would eventually fall to the Kentucky Wildcats, 67-59.

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