Michigan offers four-star point guard Quentin Goodin

Dylan Burkhardt

Michigan head coach John Beilein extended a scholarship offer to 6-foot-2 point guard Quentin Goodin this evening.

Goodin is a four-star prospect and ranked 55th nationally according to 247Sports Composite.

Goodin visited Michigan last week for the Wolverines’ College Practice Camp and was one of the top performers at the event.

“It was really fun,” Goodin said after his camp visit. “I got to see some of my friends like Tyus BattleDerryck Thornton. It’s always good to see other friends and compete and I feel like that’s the best time to play against each other, some people you know because that brings your game out the best.”

Goodin isn’t planning on making a college decision until August before his senior season. He’s also considering offers from Indiana, Western Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Stanford, UAB, Tennessee, Northern Kentucky, West Virginia, Murray State and Kansas State.

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  • A2JD

    Wow, 3 PG’s offered. Will this help push Thornton Jr. to say yes early or not? Goodin and Winston both look very good but Thornton Jr. looks like an instant impact player.

    • Mark Worthley

      Derryck Thornton, Cassius Winston & Quentin Goodin all get offers on the first day. What happens when one commits? Do the offers to the other two expire? Is this a way for Beilein to force an early commit? Would they take more two guys, and if so, would two top-rated prospects commit to the same school?

  • A2JD

    Dylan- did you think you’d be this busy today? If Leaf gets the (expected) call around 9pm, that makes 7 offers. That’s more than the last two years combined, yes?

    • This is about what I expected.

      Michigan had hosted so many kids in the last few weeks that this is about what I expected. I could have seen trying to hold off on one PG, but I think Winston and Goodin both earned their offers at camp.

      It’s a good sign for recruiting because there’s a lot of genuine interest with most of these kids and there are some really talented kids in the mix.