Recruiting Updates: Watts, Douglass, Cronin, Ebuka

Dylan Burkhardt

Sorry, have been slacking a little with the recruiting updates. Here is a big load of updates. Also be sure to check out the Aaron Fuller article I posted in the OSU Post-Game post. One other thing to mention is that I am hearing another SG target that might be a possibility for 08. I’ll try to find out more and post the name soon.

Justin Watts

Justin Watts “Justin [Watts] is a super young man with a great work ethic and great attitude,” Annas said of Watts. “He played very well tonight. I thought his defense was pretty tough on [Ty] Alston. I thought he did a good job working on offense down inside. He was able to post up, score and get fouled. He’s just a great guy to coach.”

Stuart Douglass

Carmel is up to 2nd in the AP state rankings and is focused on a MIC championship. Carmel also escaped against Zionsville after a lackluster performance after their big win over Lawrence North.

Ben Cronin

Cronin continues to put up monster numbers, this time with 36 points in a 69-55 win over an “undersized Binghampton”

An undersized Binghamton squad had little answer for 7-foot-1 Henninger center Ben Cronin in a 69-55 non-league basketball loss Tuesday night in Syracuse.

Cronin, who has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Michigan, closed with 36 points– 24 coming after the Patriots were within 26-22 at the midway point.

Ebuka Anyaorah

A good feature article here on Ebuka who at this point is seeming a lot like on of the home run candidates for 2008. It’s hard to get a read on Michigan’s chances in this one though.

  • RB

    Video of Tom Izzo picking his nose and eating it.

    At least our coach isn’t disgusting.

  • George

    There is an article on Ebuka on Rivals where he has been offered by Michigan and will be visiting on March 8th. I thought Beline did not offer the kids until they actually come on campus

  • Not sure if Ebuka has an official offer or not. Will have to see how it plays out. Hopefully there isn’t a foot of snow when he comes next weekend like there is today.