Kansas basketball: Where did KU prospects land in most recent NBA Mock Draft?

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Kansas basketball had three players enter their names into the NBA Draft this offseason. Where are these Jayhawks projected to be picked?

Every year during the NBA Playoffs, teams that have already been eliminated from contention begin to search for their best draft fits. Following the conclusion of the NBA Draft Lottery, Bleacher Report released an updated 60-pick mock draft — and multiple Kansas Jayhawks are on it.

Kansas had three entrants to the draft pool, and Gradey Dick and Jalen Wilson have already announced they would not be returning to school. Kevin McCullar, on the other hand, is not a sure-fire pick like his former teammates.

The last time three Jayhawks were selected in a singular draft was in 2011 when the Morris Twins and Josh Selby heard their names called. It could be the first time in over a decade if these three guys get drafted. With that in mind:

How did Kansas basketball prospects fare in Bleacher Report’s most recent NBA Mock Draft?

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