Updated Kansas Jayhawks basketball depth chart after Zeke Mayo, Riley Kugel additions

Kansas would have an extremely deep roster if the season began today
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Hunter Dickinson
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1. Hunter Dickinson
2. Flory Bidunga
3. KJ Adams

The All-American center is still contemplating his decision for next season, but there have been several indications that he will return to KU in 2024-25 to finish off his collegiate career. He is one of the best offensive big men in the country and would immediately enter the campaign in NPOY conversations. Dickinson is the clear-cut No. 1 on the depth chart.

Bidunga, a 5-star recruit with incredible athleticism, could be a valuable piece off the bench to spell Dickinson when he sits. He provides defensive energy and can block shots at a high-level. Hopefully, Coach Self won't ever have to turn to Adams running the small-ball five, but it is still possible if other Jayhawks run into foul trouble.