The Wichita Eagle's Paul Suellentrop takes you inside Wichita State sports.
Wichita State recruiting warehouse
08/13/2014 4:45 PM
08/20/2014 3:45 PM
Alabama guard Dazon Ingram includes WSU on his list of eight schools.
Dean Wade narrows his list to five schools (including WSU) and will visit Kansas State on Aug. 29.
Alabama point guard wants to visit WSU. It probably wouldn't look good for Anthony Grant to lose a recruit to WSU.
Markis McDuffie knows the Shockers have NBA players.
Dean Wade of St. John is a skilled forward who is drawing attention in Las Vegas.
Lincoln (Neb.) outside hitter Allie Davis commits to WSU.
Missouri is putting the hard sell on hometown star Michael Porter.
Minnesota guard Jarvis Johnson has WSU on his list.
Recruiting fans might want to hit Okun Fieldhouse in Shawnee July 24-27
Park Hill (Mo.) guard Landry Shamet visits Wichita State.
Baseball: Arkansas pitcher visits Eck Stadium this week.
Mississippi guard Jahshire Hardnett claims six offers.
Igor Ibaka will play for Oklahoma State.
Summer classes begin Monday at Wichita State, which means the new Shocker basketball players will arrive over the weekend. Here's a refresher on who's coming:
Tevin Glass - 6-8 forward, Northwest Florida State College.
Rashard Kelly - 6-7 forward, Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy
- WSU coaches made Kelly feel like family.
- Gregg Marshall's track record impressed Kelly.
- Video of Kelly in the Under Armour Showcase.
Bush Wamukota, 7-0 center, Kilgore (Texas) College
- Wamukota started at an NAIA school before realizing bigger things awaited.
Eric Hamilton, 6-8 forward, Duluth (Ga.)
Corey Henderson Jr., 6-3 guard, Episcopal School of Dallas
Zach Brown, 6-7 forward, Sunrise Christian Academy
- Brown's loyalty reminds Marshall of another Shocker.
- Gary Brown saw talent in his son at an early age.
- Sunrise needed Brown to play point guard.
Rauno Nurger, 6-10 center, Sunrise Christian Academy
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