Exciting Newcomer Passmore Set to Make His Mark at University of Kansas

Kansas guard Rakease Passmore is gearing up to make his mark at the University of Kansas as he prepares to compete with a talented roster of players. The 6-foot-5, 180-pound wing from Palatka, Florida, is a four-star prospect who is ready to showcase his skills on the court.

Passmore has shown confidence in himself despite the influx of off-ball guards and wings joining the team. He remains committed to KU and is eager to contribute to the team’s success. With competition from highly touted players, Passmore sees this as an opportunity to elevate his game and learn from the best.

During a recent scrimmage at the Bill Self Basketball Camp, Passmore impressed with his shooting abilities and athleticism, scoring a game-high 16 points. He aims to bring a defensive presence and energy to the court while continuing to develop his skills, particularly his 3-point shooting.

As he navigates his freshman season, Passmore expects to play primarily as a 2-guard and secondarily as a 3, facing competition from both transfers and returning players. The KU coaching staff has likened his playing style to that of former standout Ochai Agbaji, setting high expectations for the young player.

With a strong work ethic and determination to improve, Passmore is ready to carve out his place in the Jayhawks’ lineup and make a name for himself in college basketball. Stay tuned to see how this exciting newcomer makes an impact at KU.