Traylor, an ultra-athletic prospect, visited Kansas officially this spring. He chose from a list that included Oklahoma State, Indiana and Texas Tech in addition to Kansas.
“He is the type of player that plays bigger than his 6-7 frame because he gets off the ground so quickly and plays at the top of the block,” said Andy Borman, Director of the IMG Basketball Academy, in the release. “Jamari’s a great kid with great character and will give a tremendous boost to any program.”
Phog.net has an interview with Traylor scheduled for today, so stay tuned for more complete coverage. He is the fourth commitment to the University of Kansas in the Class of 2011, joining Ben McLemore, Naadir Tharpe and Braeden Anderson.