Chicago is the home to the 2014 McDonald's All-American game, and one of the representatives from the city, Curie's Cliff Alexander is particularly excited to play in front of his hometown.
"It's a great experience, me playing in my hometown," Alexander said. "I have a lot of support from my friends, family and my school. It's a great experience."
There are a couple goals that the Kansas commit has for Wednesday's game.
"Turn up, turn it up Wednesday night against Jahlil," Alexander said.
He added, "Gotta put on one more time for the city before we leave."
Check out what Alexander had to say about repping Chicago and the Jayhawks below.