The Kansas Jayhawks have been one of the powerhouse programs in all of college basketball for quite some time. That said, they're not a program that rebuilds. Instead, they reload. And reload they have with the addition of Anrio Adams, another in a line of Seattle bred ballers from the Pacific Northwest. More after the jump...
According to KUSports.com, Adams verbally committed to play college ball last November bu needed to get his academics in order, first.
"Anrio has been committed to us since the fall," Self said. "We elected not to sign him until he tightened up everything academically. He has done that and we're very, very excited about having him here. He'll take classes this summer session and will be able to participate beginning immediately in all the workouts that will proceed from this point forward."
A wise move on the part of Self who experienced academic issues last season with another one of his recruits, Chicago native, Jamari Traylor, who was forced to red shirt as a result.
Fans of the Jayhawk program should be pleased to know that their team will be back atop the world of college basketball again next season.