2022 Recruiting Thread



  • @JAYHAWKFAN214 I work at a school with his AAU coach. He told me about the offer today. I’ll have to get to work on this one!



  • wissox said:

    @JAYHAWKFAN214 I work at a school with his AAU coach. He told me about the offer today. I’ll have to get to work on this one!

    Do that



  • wissox said:

    @JAYHAWKFAN214 I work at a school with his AAU coach. He told me about the offer today. I’ll have to get to work on this one!

    Don’t get caught, booster. 😝



  • @dylans That school I work at, they don’t pay me enough to be a booster!



  • @wissox like all teachers sad to say. Really a work of love. Thank you for your many years of bettering society for low wages.



  • @BShark Thanks! That same Doofus (from the other thread) I should have mentioned thanked me years later. Those are good moments.



  • wissox said:

    @dylans That school I work at, they don’t pay me enough to be a booster!

    Not really sure what the definition of a booster is… you may be one already!



  • A friend of mine has a Nephew that plays for one of the Pac 12 schools , and we were talking and his Nephew was in need of something very minor but needed badly but didn’t have the means to buy it - - My Buddy said when he heard he thought well Hell I’ll send him the money so he can get this myself - - then like I told him when I heard and he said before I even had the chance to say - - NOPE can’t do that - -that would be impermissible benefits and would instantly make him ineligible and him become a booster.

    Believe me we are taking tiny amount of money , just another example of these kids not being allowed to get any kind of support - -crazy rules - - ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY



  • Gradey Dick seems like a 22 recruit that is all but certain KU’s to lose at this point. However its the 2022 class and that’s far away



  • BeddieKU23 said:

    Gradey Dick seems like a 22 recruit that is all but certain KU’s to lose at this point. However its the 2022 class and that’s far away

    Yes.



  • jayballer73 said:

    A friend of mine has a Nephew that plays for one of the Pac 12 schools , and we were talking and his Nephew was in need of something very minor but needed badly but didn’t have the means to buy it - - My Buddy said when he heard he thought well Hell I’ll send him the money so he can get this myself - - then like I told him when I heard and he said before I even had the chance to say - - NOPE can’t do that - -that would be impermissible benefits and would instantly make him ineligible and him become a booster.

    Believe me we are taking tiny amount of money , just another example of these kids not being allowed to get any kind of support - -crazy rules - - ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY

    For me, @jayballer73’s post raised a question. Can these scholarship players accept money for their parents? I can’t imagine that a parent wouldn’t want to provide basic necessities. Are parents allowed to help and the line is drawn at extended family members, or not even the parents are allowed?



  • 2022 sg gradey dick is in the house for tonight game



  • bcjayhawk said:

    jayballer73 said:

    A friend of mine has a Nephew that plays for one of the Pac 12 schools , and we were talking and his Nephew was in need of something very minor but needed badly but didn’t have the means to buy it - - My Buddy said when he heard he thought well Hell I’ll send him the money so he can get this myself - - then like I told him when I heard and he said before I even had the chance to say - - NOPE can’t do that - -that would be impermissible benefits and would instantly make him ineligible and him become a booster.

    Believe me we are taking tiny amount of money , just another example of these kids not being allowed to get any kind of support - -crazy rules - - ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY

    For me, @jayballer73’s post raised a question. Can these scholarship players accept money for their parents? I can’t imagine that a parent wouldn’t want to provide basic necessities. Are parents allowed to help and the line is drawn at extended family members, or not even the parents are allowed?

    For their parents - no. From their parents - yes.





  • Ryan knew this would happen. Sucks tho.



  • BShark said:

    Ryan knew this would happen. Sucks tho.

    Lol. Kids these days



  • @BeddieKU23 Nike these days



  • Super early commits never work out for KU.



  • dylans said:

    Super early commits never work out for KU.

    He said that he would still keep ku in the mix



  • 16 year olds have a tough time committing to what kind of toppings to get on their frozen yogurt let alone stick to a college commitment. Never think this stuff sticks.



  • @HighEliteMajor I also have a hard time committing to what type of topping I have on frozen yogurt.



  • It’s be hard to get me to commit to yogurt period. Lol

    Seriously - Royce Woolrridge, Frankamp, Peters ? (Post that got concussed), Markese Jacobs, Tre White.



  • Read where KU has offered to Skyy Clark. - - A 6’2 combo guard from Heritage Christian Ca. Skyy is the # 18 ranked player in the class of 2022.

    Holding offers so far from Memphis , Texas Tech , Vanderbilt , Depaul , Eastern Washington , Florida State , Fresno State , UCLA , Arizona , Arizona State , Auburn , KU , & Boston U.

    Really likes Coach Self and how KU develops Guards , saying that we do a really good job of developing guards.

    Schools he talked about wanting to possibly visit : - - Gonzaga , Kentucky , KU , Michigan , Depaul , Florida State , Arizona , & George Town



  • Recruiting west coast kids feels like a waste of time.



  • @BShark Funny that’s all Roy could consistently pull



  • Class of 2022 five star keynote George has been offered by Kansas out of Lewisville Texas


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