Michigan offers three-star wing Justin Ahrens

Dylan Burkhardt

Michigan extended a scholarship offer to three-star wing Justin Ahrens today.

Ahrens, who decommitted from Ohio State in June, was offered on his visit to Ann Arbor this afternoon.

Ahrens  averaged 13.8 points per game with C2K Elite on the Under Armour Association circuit throughout the spring and summer.


NC State, Virginia Tech, Vanderbilt, Missouri, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Xavier, Duquesne and Dayton have all extended offers in recent weeks and months. He’s also taken recent trips to NC State, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech.

He’s a native of Versailles, Ohio and his brother Kyle plays at Michigan State.

The Wolverines have three commitments in the class of 2018, from Brandon Johns, David DeJulius and Taylor Currie, and also have outstanding offers to Ignas Brazdeikis, Noah Locke and Hunter Tyson.

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  • Ayyy

    Is it too cyncial to assume this means bad news for our chances with Locke and/or Tyson?

    • Barth Applefeld

      Not too cynical but perhaps a tad on the unoptimistic side. The optimistic side is that this is a rising star that Beilein has identified who potentially fits well into his general approach, is interested in Michigan, and that the recruiting services have not caught up with (and are perhaps unlikely to catch up with given his lack of elite physical measurements (if true at the moment) and the sheer number of players that are out there.)

  • Vandy54

    Question is . . .Can he play defense against elite BIG10 comp?????????