Posted June 18, 2012 on
With his grant-in-aid paperwork signed, Chicago Marshall star Milton Doyle is officially a Kansas Jayhawk. Monday, Head Coach Bill Self commented on the newest addition to his impressive recruiting Class of 2012 - who is already on campus and attending class.
BEST OF MAXIM
6′-4″ guard Milton Doyle of Marshall (IL) has signed a grant-in-aid agreement and joined the 2012 recruiting class at Kansas, according to a release from the Jayhawks on Monday. Doyle was formerly headed to Florida International, but reconsidered his recruitment when the coaching staff changed at FIU. According to the release, coach Bill Self stated,“Milton graduated [...]
An impressive crowd of former Jayhawks showed up Wednesday in Lawrence, Kan. to tangle with members of the current team during Session Two of Head Coach Bill Self's basketball camp. Phog.net was on hand to watch the young pups take down the alumni, 64-57, and we offer up some quick thoughts after the jump.
March Madness ended long ago with the Kentucky Wildcats winning the title. But for college hoops fans, the sport is a year-round obsession. Who is leaving, who is coming back, what coaches are moving and who are the new big recruits.
Thanks to Twitter, it is getting easier to hear all about this right from the source. I am of course referring to the coaches of each program.
Prairie Village (KS) Shawnee Mission East quarterback Jordan Darling has been committed to the Kansas Jayhawks for a while now, but Friday he had the unique opportunity to work with his future coaches during the program's 'Friday Night Lights' camp at Memorial Stadium. Phog.net spent a few minutes with the rocket-armed QB recapping his experience.
Roeland Park (KS) Bishop Miege quarterback Montell Cozart has been committed to the Kansas Jayhawks for a while now, but this weekend his future coaches got the chance to see him throw in person - first at Friday Night Lights and then at an on-campus 7-on-7 tournament. The reigning Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year shared his thought on the experience with Phog.net