Kansas is reportedly a potential landing spot for one of the top guards on the transfer market.
Kansas is already bringing in a four-star and five-star prospect this fall, but recruiting hasn’t ended for the Jayhawks.
According to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein, KU is one of two schools that have emerged as “likely” destinations for Cal transfer guard Charlie Moore, along with Illinois.
Moore, who has three seasons of eligibility remaining, would have to sit out the 2017-18 season.
Kansas and Illinois have emerged as the two likeliest landing spots for Cal transfer Charlie Moore, per multiple sources.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 19, 2017
A four-star recruit out of Chicago (Ill.) Morgan Park, Moore started all 34 games for the Bears as a freshman. He averaged 12.2 points per game, third-best on the roster, while leading the team in assists with 120 (3.5 per game).
Kansas has shown a willingness to take transfers in recent seasons. The Jayhawks had three transfers on its roster this year: Dwight Coleby (Ole Miss) played a role as a reserve big while Malik Newman (Mississippi State) and Sam Cunliffe (Arizona State) sat out per NCAA regulations.