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Merry christmas to you all! This week we present a few additional nuggets from the recruitment world in the remnants of Wednesday. We take a look at the potential 2021 class from Kansas, Bryan Antoine's return to Villanova, where UConn next adds his squad and three undervalued top 100 recruits.
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Three main names for Kansas in class 2021 are Hunter Sallis, Kendall Brown and Harrison Ingram. The Jayhawks are fairly new to recruiting Sallis, but KU was the first Blueblood to be offered, and I wouldn't be surprised if they made it a priority in the coming months. The state programs Creighton and Nebraska have done just as well for him as the state of Iowa and Oregon.
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And while they're catching up, don't underestimate Kansas' chances with Harrison Ingram. He played on the same travel program as Lattrell Jossell and Jalen Wilson, and KU has started to focus his attention on the five-star playmaker. Purdue, Stanford, and Texas Tech are also in the mix, but the Jayhawks may find traction.
Christian Lander, Jaden Hardy, Alex Tchikou and Frank Anselem are also worth a look.
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Bryan Antoine. Will he be pro after the end of the year based on measurable seven, even though he doesn't play a ton due to the injury?
– RyanBoggio (@boggio_ryan) December 22, 2019
I do not see it. That doesn't mean that his talent is not that of an NBA guy, but he's not chosen in the NBA Draft because of his high school rankings and physical skill, unlike James Wiseman.
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Antoine returns in his second season and gives Villanova a powerful talent in the back yard that can handle a plethora of tasks. He is the type you can rely on when you are healthy, when you defeat the best teams, which correlates with a much better choice of designs if you choose to leave school.