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4 Recruits That Experts Think Could Commit To Kansas

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 31: A Kansas Jayhawks fan holds of a jersey after the Jayhawks defeat the Ohio State Buckeyes 64-62 during the National Semifinal game of the 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on March 31, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Kansas basketball is still looking for its first 2020 commitment. There are some prime candidates to join the program, though.

The Jayhawks are involved with all manner of blue-chip players, as usual. In 2019, the class Jayhawks are bringing in the No. 15 class in the nation.

Looking at 247Sports' recent crystal ball predictions, and four players have been tabbed to Kansas by at least one recruiting expert. While the crystal ball can often shed light, there is no guarantee of the predictions coming to pass, of course.

The highest-ranked player involved is five-star forward Isaiah Todd, the No. 10 player in the country. He's ranked No. 2 among power forwards.

Back in early August, Todd announced a top five, including the Jayhawks. Kentucky, Memphis, Michigan, and North Carolina are also in the mix.

One of the eight crystal ball predictions have him heading to Kansas. Kentucky has the most predictions, with four of rights.

Five-star guard Bryce Thompson is the No. 18 2020 recruit and the top player in Oklahoma. The Sooners lead the way with three of seven crystal ball predictions, while Kansas has two.

Four-star forward Kyree Walker is the one player for whom Kansas has the most predictions. Just four have been logged for the country's No. 27 player, but KU has two, while Arizona and Arkansas have one each.

Ty Berry, a Kansas native and a three-star guard, is the No. 151 player in the country. He and Oklahoma State have split the first two predictions.