2012 visitor on campus

Once committed to Florida International, Chicago Marshall Metropolitan star Milton Doyle opened things up when Isiah Thomas was fired as head coach. After putting up big numbers during his senior campaign, programs still on the hunt for backcourt help in the Class of 2012 are turning their gaze on him - including the University of Kansas.

Phog.net confirmed Milton Doyle's visit to Kansas on Monday afternoon.

As a senior this year, the 6-foot-4 combo guard led Marshall Metropolitan with 19 points, seven rebounds and five assists per game.

After a broken wrist caused him to miss his entire junior season, Doyle sat out most of the 2011 spring and summer AAU circuit.

Joe Henricksen of the Chicago Sun-Times is familiar with Doyle, and extremely high on his abilities. In an April 15 post to his Sun-Times blog detailing the dynamic guard opening his recruitment, Henricksen had this to say:

"Doyle is the ultimate sleepder, an underrated talent who fits the cliche 'his best basketball is ahead of him' perfectly. It's true. Doyle is just scratching the surface. He's long, wiry, active, extremely athletic and his skill level has improved the more he plays."

Stay tuned to Phog.net for more on this recruitment as it develops.


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