Azuibuike has been a force for the Jayhawks when healthy, but those moments have been hard to come by during his three-year tenure with the program. He's only logged a full season once, with a hand injury cutting his 2018-19 campaign down to just nine games. His body transformation seems to be with the professional level in mind, though the seven-footer's rebounding and shot-blocking strengths had always been due largely to his imposing physical presence. Only time will tell if the new-look Azubuike will continue on the pace previously set forth, but it appears this year he'll at least get some assistance from an improving Mitch Lightfoot and a now-eligible Silvio De Sousa, who will battle it out for the starting frontcourt spot next to him. If Kansas is to put aside the whirlwind of allegations surrounding the program this year, there's no doubt Azubuike will need to serve as the main anchor.