Tuesday night, Top 50 2019 prospect Jalen Wilson tweeted out, “What blue will I be rockin??”
The answer wasn’t Oklahoma State’s N7 uniforms.
Wilson announced a commitment to Kansas on Wednesday. He initially signed with Michigan until former coach Jim Beilein left the Wolverines for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Upon his release, Wilson named OSU as a possibility, and the Cowboys also made Wilson’s Top 6 before he committed to Michigan in May of 2018.
R O C K C H A L K pic.twitter.com/1K2BVmwJyO
— jwill (@thejalenwilson) June 12, 2019
Wilson committing to Kansas moves the Jayhawks’ 2019 class to the 15th-ranked class in the country. Before his commitment, Kansas was behind OSU. The Jayhawks’ 2019 class is also now tops in the Big 12, moving OSU’s class to fourth (also behind Texas Tech and Texas).
OSU coach Mike Boynton still has two scholarships available to use, if he chooses to do so, for next season’s squad.
Source: Pistols Firing