THE LIST: Class of 2014 Rivals150
It was a big day for announcements in the city of Chicago. Shortly after 2014's top player Jahlil Okafor announced his decision, the city's other big timer Cliff Alexander made his decision public.
During a ceremony at Chicago (Ill.) Curie High School, the 6-foot-9 power forward who ranks No. 4 in the class of 2014 picked Kansas.
A beastly frontcourt player who plays the game with speed, power and bad intentions, Alexander is a total man on the interior.
Once the five-star catches the ball, he's looking to get to the rim in a hurry and exact as much pain on it as possible. He rebounds at a high clip, can really run the floor and has the type of frame that will explode once he spends time in a college weight room.
During the weeks leading up to his decision, Alexander had closely guarded his final choice. As a result, the final days before his Friday decision featured rumors that had him ending up at of the schools on his final list.
At the end of the day, Alexander is another in a long line of talented post players who have headed to Lawrence to play for Bill Self. With his power and athleticism he will remind Kansas fans of former star Thomas Robinson.
Alexander gives the Jayhawks a big time two man class. He'll be joined in Lawrence next year by the nation's No. 12 player Kelly Oubre.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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