Pros: He's from Kansas so location is not an issue. He is a scorer, which we desperately need. All-time leading scorer in Kansas HS history, which is no small achievement. While he was recruited by all the Blue Blood programs, he may be gun shy about trying another one after failing to crack the rotation at Duke. He needs to go somewhere where he can get immediate PT and still be on the NBA scouts radar. CU fits. I suspect Arizona and Kansas will pass, but Oregon and Indiana won't. UCLA either. I suspect Marquette will be in with both feet as Steve Wojowhatever was an assistant at Duke and he needs bodies. He has two years of eligibility remaining, maybe two and a half - I'm not entirely sure if he's burned year two or not. Cons: Do we have room for another small forward? Would we just be adding more baggage to an already underperforming class? Despite the NBA-ready body, he is a quiet player and very religious, not rah-rah at all. We have a roster full of those guys already. (Quiet guys, I have no idea about religion). It seems like it could be a good fit for him with his NBA aspirations and CU putting Burks and Dre in the league in the last few years. Just thought I'd throw it out there for discussion.