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What Kansas can expect from top-30 commit Marcus Adams Jr. — and when he might arrive


Completely off the national radar until last Fall, Marcus Adams exploded onto the scene with some monster outings in various Southern California leagues in the preseason. He is a big wing who can also play at the four and he showed off the ability to create and make deep jumpers, pound the glass and finish above the rim in traffic. He plays with confidence. (247 Sports)

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What Kansas can expect from top-30 commit Marcus Adams Jr. — and when he might arrive


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