Chalmers, a 6-1 player ranked No. 14 in America by TheInsiders.com, is a scoring point guard who scored 67 points in his last two games at an event last month in Las Vegas. He'll battle players like Greg Paulus and Chris Douglas-Roberts all summer long for the right to be called the nation's top point guard heading into their senior seasons.
Just this week, Kansas added four players; two seniors and two juniors. The first to commitment was 6-7 small forward Alex Galindo, a senior out of New Jersey. Next up was 6-7 ½ Micah Downs, a junior winger. C.J. Giles, a 6-10 senior center, made his announcement mid-week and finally it was Chalmers that put an exclamation point on a fantastic four-day recruiting binge by the Jayhawks.