Kansas Jayhawks head coach will be losing some senior leadership after this season when Brady Morningstar, Tyrel Reed and Mario Little graduate and leave the program. On Wednesday night against Texas A&M, it will be senior night at Allen Fieldhouse -- the final game in Lawrence for those three seniors.
Obviously this is an emotional time for everyone involved since you've spent several years getting to know these players. KU head coach Bill Self said this senior class has "probably accomplished about as much as any senior class has" talking about what KU has done as a team.
Here's what Bill Self said on the three seniors heading out for their final game at Allen Fieldhouse:
"Tyrel came in as a pretty highly-recruited kid that we thought could help us over time. All he's done is become a three-year mainstay. He's had a remarkable career for us and accomplished just as much off the court as on the court."
"Brady's one of my all-time favorites as far as personality, bounce and energy," Self continued. "Six years ago we were trying to decide if he deserved a scholarship or not. Now I wonder where we'd be without him. He's been great."
"Mario has fought injuries and other adversity, but he's kept a great attitude and has played really well at times. He's also going to graduate in May."