Recruiting  

More on Glenn Robinson III

Glenn Robinson III committed to Michigan earlier today and I didn’t have time to put together a full post. Here are some of the relevant bits of information – scouting, offers, rankings, scholarship breakdown, etc. […]

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Glenn Robinson III to Michigan

Glenn Robinson III verbally committed to Michigan today. Robinson, a 6-foot-6 wing, is the first signee in Michigan’s class of 2012. Robinson has consistently named Michigan his leader and the mutual interest was clear with […]

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Tuesday Bullets

John Beilein takes in Michigan’s win over Notre Dame Joe spoke with Glenn Robinson III last night and he reported that Michigan is still his leader and he had a great time at the UConn […]

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Recruiting  

Recruiting: The Big Picture

Carlton Brundidge and Trey Burke are U-M’s commitments in the class of 2011 If July is when you earn your scholarship offers then August is when you act on them. Recruits have been flying off […]

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Q&A: 2012 Guard Sherron Dorsey-Walker
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Q&A: 2012 Guard Sherron Dorsey-Walker

Sherron Dorsey-Walker is 6-foot-4 wing guard out of Detroit Pershing who has been steadily rising up the recruiting charts, landing at number 74 in Rivals’ 2012 top 100. He played for the R.E.A.C.H. Legends this […]

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Labor Day Weekend Bullets
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Labor Day Weekend Bullets

DeShawn Sims after his first game in Greece 2012 Flint Powers guard JaVontae Hawkins made the trip to Ann Arbor this weekend to watch Michigan beat UConn. MaxPreps posted video of The Family from this […]

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2010-2011 Season  

Lunch with John Beilein

In a very nice gesture, Tom Wywrot, Michigan basketball’s sports information director, and John Beilein had a bunch of Michigan media over to Weidenbach Hall for lunch and to talk to coach Beilein about the […]

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2013 Intro: Wing Guard Zak Irvin
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2013 Intro: Wing Guard Zak Irvin

It’s obviously very early for 2013 prospects but Zak Irvin is a name to remember. The multi-dimensional rising sophomore is alreadys 6-foot-4.5 with a 6-foot-10 wingspan. Irvin has already picked up several scholarship offers (Michigan […]

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Big Ten Basketball Divisions? Just Say No

My eyes lit up when I saw Andy Katz’ original report that the Big Ten would utilize the new divisional splits for basketball too. Katz’ first story (which has been replaced by ESPN’s updated story) […]

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