Milton Doyle will no longer play for Kansas
Milton Doyle will no longer play for the Kansas Jayhawks. The incoming freshman took summer classes at the university and went on the recent European tour with the team but that will be the extent of his tenure with the Jayhawks.
According to Doyle's mom, Lisa Green, "It's nothing bad about the school or the coaches or anything. Sometimes things happen for a reason."
The reason behind Doyle's decision and his future basketball career plans are still not known. He originally committed to Florida International, but become a late recruit to Kansas following the firing of FIU coach Isiah Thomas. The NCAA cleared Doyle academically last month.
Kansas played two games against the Swiss National Team and two against French pro teams on their recent European tour and Doyle averaged 2.3 points per game. He scored four points in 10 minutes in the team's final game in Paris.
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