Dallas South Oak Cliff athlete Kydarian Wilkins is getting used to Big 12 attention.
After adding his first scholarship offer from Baylor, the 5-foot-8, 163-pounder added an offer from Kansas within the last few weeks. Wilkins says that he would still like to follow in his brother's footsteps at another Big 12 school.
"My favorite is Oklahoma," Wilkins said. "My big brother Lendy Holmes went there out of high school."
Wilkins says that he still has high interest in the Jayhawks. That's because there is another personal connection.
"Kansas is a good school and it would be good for me because some of my teammates go up there," Wilkins said. "I played with Anthony Webb and Xavier Rambo. I just haven't done any visits yet."
Wilkins says that he plans to take some unofficial visits and though he doesn't have any definite plans, he is thinking about an in-state visit.
"I'm supposed to go up to Baylor's junior day I think," Wilkins said. "I just know that's one I've been planning to go to."
The talented Metroplex prospect says he's also receiving mail from Texas Tech, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, and received handwritten mail from Florida this week.
"The Florida coaches just wrote that they were really excited about recruiting me and they wanted me to call them," he said.