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Sherron Dorsey-Walker picked up a Michigan offer last October but most wiped him off the radar after Michigan landed a commitment from wing guard Nick Stauskas. The 2012 guard has played well this spring with the REACH Legends, lighting up the Mac Irvin Fire for over 30 points when we saw him play at Spiece, and is apparently back on the radar with a twist: the Michigan staff wants him to play point guard.
Dorsey-Walker recently took an unofficial visit to Michigan and we caught up with him to discuss his visit and his feelings on potentially playing the point guard position.
On the main schools recruiting him: Michigan, Baylor, Indiana, Florida State, Iowa State, Minnesota, Tennessee, Xavier, Temple, Dayton, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Central Michigan and Oakland.
On which schools have offered: All of them have offered except for Tennessee and Temple.
Illinois: Illinois picked up a late commitment from a 6-foot-8 240lb center, Ibrahima Djimde, but he’s still waiting to find out whether he’s been cleared. Meyers Leonard made the USA U19 World Championship team along with Tim Hardaway Jr.
Indiana: The Hoosiers hired Calbert Cheaney as their new Director of Basketball Operations. 2012 commitment Hanner Perea is also very good at dunking. The Hoosiers also picked up a late commitment from combo guard Remy Abell.
Glenn Robinson III at NBPA Camp
Glenn Robinson III traveled to Charlottesville, VA to participate in Dave Telep’s annual NBPA Top 100 Camp. Playing well on the AAU circuit is one thing, but playing well against arguably the 100 best players across the country requires a different level of player.
For Robinson, it was an up and down experience but he held his own. The 6-foot-6 forward averaged 6.3 points per game at the camp with single game highs of 12 and 14 points. Despite the up-and-down nature of his play, Robinson still earned a positive shout out from Rivals.com:
The Michigan commitment continues to improve. He has the potential to be a high-level wing scorer who can score points off moves and also grind out points around the basket.
Robinson continues to cement his status as a borderline top-50 evel recruit and seems to improve his game at each stop this summer. His improvement over the last 12-months has been impressive and Michigan fans should continue to be excited about his game if he can maintain a similar rate of improvement.
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