Kansas recruit and Seattle product C.J. Giles will be in Lawrence this weekend for an official visit. The 6 foot 10 inch big man, whose ranked as the second best center on the West Coast by the Insiders Network, is considering Kansas, Miami, and Arizona. Giles is high on the Jayhawks, "Kansas is my number one school."
Giles wants to feel at home on his visit, "I want to get a good look at
the team, both the coaching staff and players. I want to get a feel for
the town as well." The Senior big man could make a decision on where
he wants to attend college this weekend. "If I really like it, I could
end up committing there (at the conclusion of the visit)."
Giles has talked with Kansas Coach Bill Self on the phone before, but this will
be the first time the two meet in person. The 6 foot 10 inch center has
good vibes about KU's head man. "He sounds like a good coach, down
to earth. He knows his players, knows how to coach, and how to produce
CJ's father Chester Giles played at Kansas from 1978 to 1980 averaging 3 points
per game for his career. The KU recruit claims his dads ties to the school
has nothing to do with his interest. "I was looking at Kansas before
I talked to my dad about the recruiting thing. They were at the top of
my list before I started playing basketball."
Giles High on 'Hawks
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