Kansas Jayhawks Head Coach Bill Self Visits Cliff Alexander’s Game
Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self payed a little visit to Cliff Alexander recently, and it appears the forward’s play has not gone unnoticed by the ball coach. Much love to Jerry Meyer for tweeting this below, and if you missed it tonight Alexander threw down a putback dunk to win the game, and will post that below this tweet.
— Iowa Elites (@IowaElites) December 28, 2013
Jayhawks fans should be pumped to watch this guy next season, and he honestly has looked like a more aggressive player than Andrew Wiggins from what have seen so far from the two of them. Wiggins probably has a more complete skill set, but will have to keep an eye on how both of these Jayhawk commits develop in the coming years. We will definitely be watching them for years to come, and it will be a true joy to witness. Also before we part ways here is that game winner, and might even do an extended piece on this one later in the week.
— Iowa Elites (@IowaElites) December 29, 2013
Three more Prep pieces coming tonight, and then will get back to that grind tomorrow. Thanks so much for reading and hope everyone has some nice plans set now for New Years Eve.
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