Gregg Doyel calls Rush the most important late season addition

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1. Brandon Rush, Kansas: Best player on this list joins best team on this list. Sounds like heaven. Maybe. With Rush, a 6-foot-6 small forward who likely would have been chosen in the second round had he stayed in the 2005 NBA Draft, the Jayhawks will have the most talented freshman nucleus in the country. They'll also have the potential for chemical explosion, what with three of those great freshmen -- Rush, Micah Downs and Julian Wright -- plus Southern California transfer Rodrick Stewart potentially competing for minutes on the wing. If Bill Self can get the chemistry right, Kansas has Final Four potential. If not? Poof.

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