Jalen Wilson
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Injury Ankle
2019-20 campaign finished
FKansas
Ankle
February 15, 2020
Wilson (ankle) will officially redshirt for the rest of the season, Matt Tait of KUsports.com reports.
ANALYSIS
The freshman broke his ankle in early November and had been slowed in his recovery process, also dealing with back spasms as of late. Wilson will be able to practice and travel with the team for the rest of the season, and he'll have a full four years of eligibility left heading into the 2020-21 season.
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Out of practice with back spasms
FKansas
Ankle
January 30, 2020
Wilson has not been practicing due to back spasms, Gary Bedore of The Kansas City Star reports.
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Final decision on redshirt coming
FKansas
Ankle
January 20, 2020
Wilson (knee) is running at practice but not a full participant, Jesse Newell of The Kansas City Star reports.
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Still weeks from potential return
FKansas
Ankle
January 2, 2020
Coach Bill Self indicated Thursday that Wilson (ankle) remains multiple weeks from being fully cleared and the staff is still pondering redshirting him, Lawrence Journal-World Matt Tait reports.
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Suffers broken ankle
FKansas
Ankle
November 8, 2019
Wilson broke his ankle in Friday's 74-62 victory over UNC Greensboro and is set to undergo surgery next week, Gary Bedore of KansasCity.com reports.
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Starts exhibition game
FKansas
October 28, 2019
Wilson started last week's exhibition game against Fort Hays State and posted six points (2-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds, and two assists in 24 minutes.
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