I'd much rather have him in Cardinal and Gold taking it to Collins.
100% agree with that... appleton would be a huge add because he would actually bring some one that can handle pressure at the PG position. the future is looking up for the clones... hopefully we can get harrison barnes and darius stevens.
btw i saw barnes in person against waukee the no. 10 team in 4-A and that kid is a freak.. mcD needs to sign him ASAP. i didnt matter who guarded him he could take it to the rim and score or pull up and shoot over them at will.... didnt hurt that he had two monster put back dunks off missed layups
Why would he honestly be interested in Kansas? They already have a Juco swingman coming in in Little, Releford at the SG spot, and Collins will for sure get most of the minutes at the PG spot. With Chalmers, Reed, and Teahan in there as well there really won't be a whole lot of minutes available to him.
There's no way Chalmers doesn't start his senior year which leaves Appleton the prospect of beating out Releford(a true freshman)and two Sophmores who will get little playing time this year. I'm not saying it will be easy for him, but if he's confident he may feel he has a shot at significant playing time. I hope he chooses ISU as I can't stand KU but there is an arguement to be made in his mind over playing time. Who's to say playing time will be easy at ISU next year with Buckley, Garrett, Staiger, Peterson, and Haluska competing for time at the 1 and 2 spots (hope this turns out to be a problem). Also if were throwing in the 3 spot there's no way he'll play ahead of Wesley.
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