Another offseason brings another roster overhaul for Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks.
After losing four players to graduation and the NBA (plus two more to transfer), the 12th-year head coach welcomes three intriguing prospects to the Phog for 2014-15 as he builds another championship caliber roster.
There remains serious optimism in Lawrence for a billionth-straight Big 12 title and return to the Final Four. KU boasts a remarkably deep, adequately experienced roster, and a look at their projected rotation reveals explosive athleticism, filled holes and only a couple of question marks.
Let's take a look at the projected rotation for the Jayhawks' 2014-15 season.