Sooner Send Off: Kansas basketball player ratings from A to Z in win over Oklahoma

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Kansas guard Kevin McCullar Jr. (15) lays up the ball past Oklahoma forward Sam Godwin (10)
Kansas guard Kevin McCullar Jr. (15) lays up the ball past Oklahoma forward Sam Godwin (10) / NATHAN J. FISH/THE OKLAHOMAN / USA TODAY

Tier 2: Baby Jays

3. Kevin McCullar

Kevin was back after missing several games with a bone bruise and came in to provide his veteran presence. He looked off still and not all healthy. He was not good offensively, shooting 4-for-14 from the field. Kev ground and made an impact despite his poor shooting. He finished with 10 points, eight rebounds, and three turnovers.

4. Dajuan Harris

Dajuan took care of the ball and had no turnovers. He was aggressive on offense, although he missed numerous layups and wide-open shots. Juan went 4-for-12 from the field. It was still good to see him taking shots and making defenses consider him an option even though he struggled to make any looks. Harris finished with 11 points, seven assists, one rebound, one steal, and no turnovers.

5. KJ Adams

KJ had a very slow first half. He came back and had a decent second half and battled and played hard on defense. KJ finished with nine points, four rebounds, two assists, two steals, and two turnovers.

6. Jamari McDowell

Jamari was back after missing the last two games with an illness. He got four minutes of action and provided a spark when he was in there. Jamari made his only shot after he got an offensive rebound and stick back and added an assist as well with no turnovers. Jamari has been productive more times than not when given the opportunity, and I would love to see him be the first guard off the bench going forward.