Kansas reloaded its future backcourt on Friday as five-star point guard Devon Dotson pledged to the Jayhawks. The 6-foot-1 native of Charlotte is considered the No. 17 overall prospect in the national Class of 2018, according to Rivals. An aggressive, attacking guard who likes to play downhill, Dotson should step in and contribute immediately for Kansas, especially since the Jayhawks could be losing both Devonte’ Graham and Malik Newman after this season. Even if Kansas loses this season’s starting backcourt, head coach Bill Self now has reinforcements in Dotson and Cal transfer Charlie Moore, a former four-star lead guard who is sitting out this season due to NCAA transfer regulations. Not only does Self have the two-point guard lineup that he’s liked using lately, but Dotson and Moore compliment each other pretty well.
Kansas has backcourt of the future after commitment from five-star guard Devon Dotson
College Basketball Talk | Oct 16