Kansas Basketball: Projected Stats for Each Incoming 2013 Recruit

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Kansas Basketball: Projected Stats for Each Incoming 2013 Recruit
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A mass exodus commonplace in college hoops, especially during the one-and-done era, is an event that Kansas coach Bill Self is experiencing in a big way for the second time in five years.

As his entire starting five exits Lawrence, they take with it 79 percent of the Jayhawks' scoring, 70 percent of their rebounding total, 68 percent of assists and 80 percent of the team's blocks from last season.

Naadir Tharpe and Perry Ellis are the only returnees to have averaged more than 10 minutes per game in 2012-13 and the only with extensive NCAA tournament experience.

Self's five-member 2013 recruiting class will likely have a major impact on a young team that might play second fiddle to Oklahoma State in the Big 12's preseason chatter.

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