A formerly under-the-radar Chicago shooting guard has popped up as a possible late target for Kansas. Milton Doyle, a 6-foot-4 senior guard from Chicago-Marshall, is taking a visit to KU today, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Doyle appears to slot into the category of late-bloomer; he committed to Florida International (and then-coach Isiah Thomas, a Chicago native) last fall despite missing his entire junior senior with a broken wrist. He responded by averaging 19 points, eight rebounds, five assists and five steals while earning third-team All-State honors from the Chicago Tribune.
But when Thomas was fired by FIU in early April, Doyle went back on the market. He has reportedly also visited Bradley.
From a positional standpoint, Kansas seems pretty crowded at the wing position. Travis Releford will return for his senior season while freshmen Ben McLemore and Andrew White are both built in the mold of a traditional wing. In addition, senior Elijah Johnson and sophomore Naadir Tharpe will return to the backcourt rotation.