Irvin scored 26 points on 11-of-19 shooting with 11 rebounds, five assists, five steals and two blocks in a 64-52 win over McCutcheon. The very next day, Irvin stole the show against Arsenal Tech and top-15 class of 2014 recruit Trey Lyles. Irvin finished with 30 points (26 in the second half), 10 rebounds and two assists in a 64-59 win. Hamilton Southeastern entered the game ranked third in the state and was able to knock off the state’s top ranked team in Arsenal Tech.
You can watch the full HSE-Tech game here.
Notes and tidbits on Michigan’s other recruits and targets after the jump including one top 50 class of 2014 recruit who cut his list.
Chandler Park beat Old Redford Academy 60-51 and Bradford Academy 78-65. Walton totaled 20 points (on 7-of-9 shooting), 10 assists, eight rebounds and four steals in the win over Old Redford. The Michigan bound point guard added another 20 points (on 10-of-13 shooting), 12 assists, seven rebounds and five steals in the win over Bradford.
Donnal had 21 points in a 66-47 win over Northview and stats were not available for Anthony Wayne’s 44-37 win over Napoleon.
Booker led all scorers with 22, including 12 points in three minutes time in the fourth quarter, but Moss Point lost to Gautier 48-44. Booker bounced back with 17 points including the game winner – a tip in of his own miss – in a 37-35 win over Pass Christian.
“That’s a Devin Booker play,” Moss Point coach Micoe Cotton said. “If anybody’s going to hit a last-second shot, you expect it to be him. I saw it all year last year.
“He did a great job, but the other kids stepped up and made some big plays, too.”
Bluiett had 22 points in an 89-42 win over Ritter.
Chatman, a top 50 recruit, trimmed his list to eight schools and Michigan made the cut along with Arizona, Connecticut, Georgetown, Louisville, Oregon, UCLA and Washington.
AJ Turner had 15 points in a 52-50 win over OLSM and handed out 10 assists but was just 1-of-9 on three point attempts.
Sumner had nine points, seven assists and four rebounds in a 73-59 win over Inner City Baptist.
Jaksic scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a win over Walled Lake Northern.
Doyle remains sidelined with a foot injury.
Wideman had 18 points and 13 rebounds for Lake Central in a 62-50 win over Chesterton.
Kennard had 33 points in a 103-55 win over Eaton and added 17 points in a 71-48 win over Brookville.
Stone had 10 points in a loss to Indiana commit Luke Fischer’s Germantown squad after battling foul trouble.
Zimmerman had 10 points, 12 boards and 2 blocks in a win over Bonanza and 15 points , 14 boards, 2 assists, 4 steals and 3 blocks in a win over Centennial.
Davis had 10 points and 16 assists in a 41 point win over Bay City Central.
Fowler struggled against Elder, scoring two points and grabbing two rebounds in a 55-43 win.
Matt Holba had 11 points and 10 rebounds in Chesterton’s 12 point losst o Lake Central.
Coleman was visiting Illinois for Michigan’s win at Assembly Hall on Sunday.
Edwards and East Chicago lost to Gary West, 53-40.
Barefield had 13 points in Centennial’s 72-66 win over Damien.
Evan Boudreaux scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a 57-56 loss to Zion-Benton. Boudreaux also had 17 points and nine boards in a 62-56 loss to Mundelein.
Jordan Ash & Glynn Watson
Ash tallied 22 points, seven rebounds and four assists in a win for St. Joseph’s after returning from a back injury. Watson had 10 points and six rebounds in a loss to West Aurora
Brunson had 23 points and four steals against Mt. Prospect and 11 points in a win over Warren.
Class of 2016
Jackson had 17 points and seven steals in a 69-28 win over Harper Woods.
Here’s footage of Jackson in action at the USA Basketball Developmental Camp (via Scout.com)
Winston had 24 points in a 91-82 win over Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard.