Angelo Chol, a 6-foot-8 senior forward from San Diego’s Hoover High, will announce his college choice at 2:45 p.m., Central time, Thursday at his high school.
Chol, who is Rivals.com’s No. 76-rated player is down to Kansas University, Arizona and North Carolina, the Arizona Daily Star reported on Tuesday night. He eliminated Washington and Alabama on Tuesday, the paper reported.
Chol, who is within 39 points of 2,000 career points, has led Hoover to a 21-6 record so far this season. Analysts had believed Washington and Arizona were the leaders, yet UW is now out.
KU junior Marcus Morris posted a few Twitter messages on Tuesday, a day after the Jayhawks’ 84-68 loss to Kansas State.
“I see how it is.. When the grass is cut the snakes will show.. F.O.E (Family Over Everything) it’s ‘us’ against the world in my eyes.”
And later ... “Can’t wait to get back on the court, we have to get better.best fans in the Country.Jayhawk Nations.Attitudes have to change and they will.”
Other Tuesday tweets:
From soph Thomas Robinson: “Minor setback for a major comeback F.O.E .”
From senior Tyrel Reed: “Darkness cannot put out the Light. It can only make the Lord brighter.”
From former KU center Cole Aldrich of the Oklahoma City Thunder: “I remember my freshman year when we lost to Texas, k-state, osu. It’s not one game which defines a team but how you finish.”
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