Kansas Basketball: The Biggest Strength and Biggest Weakness of Every Freshman

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Kansas Basketball: The Biggest Strength and Biggest Weakness of Every Freshman
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Despite being only five games into the 2012-13 season, Kansas' basketball team has clearly shown what it need from its youngsters to compete.

Andrew White III and Rio Adams have played sparingly, but efficient shooting combined with good decision-making will strongly determine their playing time for the remainder of the year.  Perry Ellis, Jamari Traylor and Ben McLemore have given Kansas fans much of what they expected: athleticism, energy and indecisiveness.

The other freshman players (Landen Lucas, Zach Peters, Tyler Self and Evan Manning) have either been regulated to mop-up duty or have not received any minutes.  Peters and Lucas appear to be candidates for redshirts.

As Kansas continues nonconference play, we will take a look at each impact freshman's strengths and weakness thus far.

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