Michigan extended a pair of scholarship offers this weekend after hosting a number of visitors.
The Wolverines offered 6-foot-7 wing Brendan Bailey, a class of 2016 prospect planning to take a two-year Mormon mission, and 6-foot-4 guard Jordan Poole, a class of 2017 combo guard.
Bailey is ranked 67th nationally according to 247Sports Composite and is considering Gonzaga, Marquette, San Diego State and Utah in addition to the Wolverines.
Bailey took an official visit to Michigan over the weekend. He has a remaining official visit scheduled to Gonzaga next month.
Poole is a 6-foot-4 guard from King High School in Milwaukee and is ranked 95th nationally according to 247Sports’ Composite rankings. He was Michigan’s first offer in the class of 2017.
He was on an unofficial visit in Ann Arbor over the weekend. He also visited and was offered by Indiana last weekend and also holds offers from Illinois, Marquette and others.
The Wolverines also hosted class of 2017 prospects Jermaine Jackson Jr., Matt Beachler and Zach Gunn along with 2018 targets Brandon Johns, Davion Williams and Zavon Godwin.