Milton Doyle, an all-state guard from Chicago who enrolled at Kansas but left the school earlier this month, has enrolled at Loyola University in Chicago and will be a freshman with the Ramblers this year.
But will he play this season?
The answer is "almost certainly not" considering Doyle actually participated in the Jayhawks' tour of Switzerland and France. The more likely scenario has the 6-foot-4 guard sitting out this season per normal NCAA transfer rules and playing again in 2013-14, though Loyola will surely apply for a NCAA waiver and keep its so-called fingers crossed.
Doyle chose Loyola over Wisconsin-Green Bay and Illinois State.
Loyola is the third different school Doyle has selected in the past year. He initially committed to Florida International but decommitted after Isiah Thomas was fired. He then committed to Kansas, enrolled, took classes, practiced and played in exhibitions in Europe before leaving Lawrence, reopening his recruitment and ultimately landing at Loyola, where Porter Moser led the Ramblers to a 7-23 record last season.