EMPORIA, Ks. Emporia State's Little Hornet Camp welcomed some Kansas basketball players Tuesday.
KU's Kelly Oubre and Cliff Alexander met more than 30 kids to talk and play basketball.
Oubre the nation's number six overall recruit, and Alexander the nation's number four overall recruit also signed autographs for the young players and fans.
The Jayhawks said camps like the Little Hornet Hoops Camp means a lot to them.
Oubre said, "It's a blessing to be out here with the Kansas basketball logo across my chest and you know just putting a smile on these kids faces. As a freshman that's all I dream about."
Alexander said, It means a lot. I wish I would've thought about playing some basketball and learning some knowledge from the older guys when I was younger, but I didn't start playing until I was 13/14 years old. But it feels great to give the kids what I know."