Kansas adds one late from 2011

Just a few months ago, Mervyn Lindsay thought he was headed to Texas Tech. As it turns out, the fit wasn't a good one and Lindsay opened things back up.
Wednesday evening, the 6-foot-6 class of 2011 product of California found a new home when he committed to Kansas.
Lindsay visited Lawrence just a few weeks ago and decided that Kansas was the place for him.

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"After I had de-committed from Texas Tech, my recruitment was open and more schools started to come in," Lindsay told Shay Wildeboor of the Jayhawk Slant. "Kansas was one of the schools that was interested, and I just love Coach Self and his whole attitude about winning."
A three-star prospect, Lindsay is a long and rangy wing who likes to shoot three pointers. Lindsay also hails from the same Elvert "Kool Aid" Perry run Inland program that produced forward Kevin Young who transferred to Kansas last week.
Kansas' 2011 recruiting class now includes Lyndsay, four-stars Ben McLemore and Naadir Tharpe and three-stars Braeden Anderson and Jamari Traylor.