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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SDSU guard Zeke Mayo (2) runs by Kansas City guard Babacar Diallo (2)
SDSU guard Zeke Mayo (2) runs by Kansas City guard Babacar Diallo (2) / Samantha Laurey / Argus Leader / USA

Shooting Guard

1. Zeke Mayo
2. Riley Kugel
3. Elmarko Jackson
4. Jamari McDowell

Mayo could be relegated to bench duties once Rylan Griffen inevitably commits to Kansas, but he is the starting two-guard for now. He has some length at 6-foot-4, can handle the ball well, and shoots 3-pointers at an extremely high clip. Most importantly, Mayo will take some of the weight off Harris' shoulders with his shot-creating skills.

Kugel could be the top option off the bench for Coach Self to begin the season. He displayed his defensive versatility and athleticism at Florida but will be a long-term project for the coaching staff as he continues to improve his jump shot. Jackson and McDowell could play spurts alongside Harris as an off-ball guard, something Jayhawk fans saw often in 2023-24.