With the news of Andrew Wiggins' declaration for the NBA barely a few hours old, the next University of Kansas men's basketball star suggested he may not follow the same one-and-done path as Wiggins.
During this week's McDonald's All-American Game festivities, Chicago Curie High's 6-foot-8, 240-pound Cliff Alexander told the Chicago Tribune he may stay more than one season in Lawrence. Ranked as the nation's No. 4 senior recruit by Rivals.com, Alexander is the jewel of Bill Self's 2014 recruiting class.
"I wouldn't mind staying two years," Alexander told the Tribune. "Stay and get better. I've been talking to my parents about it. Some guys leave and they aren't ready. They rush in and they're rushed out. I just want to take my time."
Alexander also confirmed that injured Kansas freshman center Joel Embiid has yet to make a decision about his NBA future despite his potential as a lottery pick this June. The Curie star would obviously like to see Embiid stay, setting up the potentialRead More »from Five-star recruit Cliff Alexander claims he may stay at Kansas for more than one year