Freshman Guard Milton Doyle Leaving The Kanas Basketball Program

Mar 31, 2012; New Orleans, LA, USA; Kansas Jayhawks mascot prior to the start of the game against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the semifinals of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball Final Four at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

Kansas freshman Milton Doyle has reportedly made the decision to leave the Jayhawk basketball program before ever playing a game.

Freshman guard Milton Doyle is leaving the Kansas basketball program before ever playing a game, his mother, Lisa Green, told the Kansas City Star late Sunday.

Green did not give a reason for her son's departure, but said that he had informed her of his decision earlier on Sunday.

A 6'4 shooting guard out of Chicago, Doyle was originally committed to Florida International, but re-opened his recruitment after FIU coach Isiah Thomas was fired following last season.

Doyle arrived on campus this summer, and was with the Jayhawks during their recent four-game exhibition tour of Europe. He had four points in 10 minutes in KU's final game in Paris, a 79-60 loss to AMW France. The Jayhawks finished 2-2 during the trip.

Even without Doyle, Kansas still has one of the nation's largest freshmen classes with seven rookies preparing to suit up in 2012-13. The Jayhawks are expected to once again be the preseason favorites in the Big 12.

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