Updated Kansas Jayhawks basketball depth chart after AJ Storr and Labaron Philon moves

Kansas basketball is stacked and could add more talent in the transfer portal
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The past week has been eventful for Kansas basketball fans. After receiving news that former Wisconsin guard AJ Storr would transfer to the Jayhawks, longtime high school commit Labaron Philon requested a release from his letter of intent. Roster changes continue to shuffle along as the offseason progresses.

While Bill Self's current product is far from finished, KU fans have a general idea of what next year's lineup will look like. If the regular season were to start today, here is how the Jayhawks' depth chart would stack up.

Kansas redshirt junior guard Dajuan Harris Jr. (3) dribbles down court
Kansas redshirt junior guard Dajuan Harris Jr. (3) dribbles down court / Evert Nelson/The Capital-Journal / USA

Point Guard

1. Dajuan Harris
2. Elmarko Jackson
3. Jamari McDowell
4. Zeke Mayo

As long as Harris is playing at Kansas, he will start at point guard. He should perform at a much higher level now that there are more shot-creators and bucket-getters in the offense, giving him an opportunity to do what he does best — create points for his teammates.

Assuming none of the remaining depth transfers out, Harris will likely see a few fewer minutes this upcoming season. Second-year guard Jackson could be in for a successful campaign in a reserve role, and he should improve if he plays more point guard minutes. 

McDowell's role will continue to be limited as long as he stays in Lawrence, which he is likely aware of. However, there were stretches where he played over Jackson last season, which is still possible next year. As for Mayo, he is more of a two-guard but has shown his ability to play make, averaging 3.0 assists across his three-year collegiate career.