It isn't clear just how quickly Kansas' young talent will gel, but it will certainly be fun to watch the process.
And they're pretty thorough about it. They've also got good previews of the rest of the Big 12. Not as much info as the Blue Ribobn Yearbook, but probably worth bookmarking so you can have it handy when you
call your bookie watch and enjoy the games in a most informed manner.
The uninspiring end to last season notwithstanding, Bill Self has Jayhawk nation excited. This year's team will be young, but filled with more intriguing talent than perhaps any other team in the nation. Players like Brandon Rush, Mario Chalmers, and Julian Wright are truly immediate impact freshman, and their star could easily outshine a group of sophomores that is talented in its own right. Self will be able to go in numerous directions with his lineup, with Wright able to play both inside and outside, and a few veteran holdovers around to keep the youngsters reigned in. It isn't clear just how quickly Kansas' young talent will gel, but it will certainly be fun to watch the process.