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Former Illinois forward Coleman Hawkins commits to Kansas State


Former Illinois power forward Coleman Hawkins has finally settled on a new home for the 2024-25 college basketball season, committing to Kansas State following a visit to Manhattan. Friday, NBA insider Shams Charania tweeted out news of Hawkins’ commitment to KSU, noting that the Wildcats really opened up their checkbooks for this late addition. (On3.com)

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Former Illinois forward Coleman Hawkins commits to Kansas State


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