5 underlying questions the Kansas Jayhawks must answer during the offseason

The Jayhawks still have several questions to answer over the next few months
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K.j. Adams Jr.
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2. How different will KJ Adams' role be next season?

Adams announced he would return to KU next season this week. After starting 68 of the Jayhawks' past 70 games, one would assume that he continues to flourish in his power forward role, but it might not be that simple.

As athletic and gritty as Adams is, he has never connected on a 3-point attempt in college and struggles to pull in rebounds. Some aspects of his game lower KU's ceiling, especially when he is surrounded by mediocre shooters. There have been questions regarding what his playing time might look like.

Adams probably won't come off the bench next season, but his role could be slightly different if Coach Self wants to go in a different direction than he has the past two years.