In an incredible story, Jalen Coleman-Lands will begin his seventh season of college basketball next year at his fourth different school. After beginning at Illinois, he landed at DePaul, got an injury waiver for a fifth season, then grad transferred last year to Iowa State.
Now, on Wednesday he announced he is headed to Kansas.
While plenty will make note of Coleman-Lands' age (he'll be 25 next season) he should be a useful player for Bill Self, who is looking for more scoring in the backcourt. He averaged 14 points per game last year at Iowa State, while shooting nearly 40 percent from the three-point line.