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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4. How does KU plan to reinforce its depth?

Right now, Kansas has a full roster of 12 scholarship players. But if a few Jayhawks go portaling or leave for the NBA, Self will have to dive into the transfer portal to add more depth. After watching the 2023-24 Jayhawks who received no bench production, the same issue cannot arise next season.

Part of the reason why KU struggled as much as it did this year was because of the significant drop-off evident whenever the starters stepped off the floor. Reinforcing the second unit needs to be a priority for the coaching staff.