"I think Kansas would be a good school to attend," said Falley.
The Vegas standout averaged 17 points, 8 assists, and 8 rebounds as high school junior this past season. Falley played a majority of his minutes at the shooting guard position, but he plans on taking the floor exclusively at the one next season.
"I'd say I played the point 40 percent of the time this year. I'll run the point next year when I'm a senior."
Falley is interested in a number of schools and vice versa. He reeled off at least 15 legit programs when asked who had talked with him. Falley doesn't have a concrete top 5 at this point, but he indicated Kansas, Texas, UConn, Arizona, and Tennessee are all major players for his services.
"I would fit in at Kansas. With Miles leaving when I would come in, I know I could get playing time right away."
Falley is beginning the process of picking schools he would like to officially visit. He feels there's a great chance he'll take take a trip to Lawrence in the next few months.
Arizona could very well land Falley as well, the guard likes what the U of A has to offer.
"Lute Olson is a great coach, and Arizona is not too far. My family could travel there and watch me play easily."
It's about a 7 hour drive from Las Vegas to Tucson. However, geographic location will not be the ultimate decision with Falley.
"Not at all, I like to travel."
Falley shares what impresses him the most about Bill Self.
"Self is into a player's life in general and not just basketball. He establishes a good relationship with the player before going there to take a visit. That really stands out to me."
Kansas appears to be looking at Falley, Chris Douglas-Roberts from Detroit, Michigan, and Mario Chalmers from Anchorage, Alaska. It seems KU has some potential options to fill the shoes of Miles for 2005-06.