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KU basketball players Perry Ellis and Jamari Traylor made a surprise visit for youngsters at Bob Chipman’s summer camp at Washburn.
“It’s definitely fun, and it’s always humbling that little kids look up to me,” Traylor, said. “I find it fun for me to go out here, because I’m a big kid myself. I love interacting with little kids so it was definitely fun to get out here.”
The Jayhawks answered several questions from the campers. Everything from ‘what their favorite food is’ to ‘how good KU freshman Andrew Wiggins is going to be’ was up for grabs.
“I mean it’s great,” Ellis, said. “Seeing the excitement we can put on these kids faces, and just giving back, giving back to cities, and it just feels great.”