Michigan has a shot at McGary. The Wolverines have already landed an unofficial visit, made McGary’s top six and have developed a strong relationship with the SYF Players AAU program after landing commitments from Glenn Robinson III and Max Bielfeldt.
On the other hand, it’s tough to be too optimistic when the competition includes Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky. There’s a reason that McGary is ranked among the top five players in the country: he’s really good.
A recent report from Evan Daniels noted that Michigan was one of the teams most often mentioned in regards to McGary. However, there’s also been plenty of talk that most people don’t have a clue what McGary’s going to do. McGary took a trip to Florida this week and outlined his visit plans in a new blog on ESPN:
At the beginning of September, I’m taking an official to Michigan [Ed: WMU game]. After I get back from there, I’ll take an unofficial visit to Kentucky, then Sept. 6-7 I’ll take an official visit to North Carolina. After that I’ll head over to Duke from Sept. 8-10 for an official. I’m gonna watch Duke play Stanford on the football field. Then I’ll head to school on Sept. 11.
By Dylan Burkhardt | Recruits | Posted on August 13, 2011 at 8:06 pm
Baylor’s basketball program is currently in the middle of the foreign trip to Canada this summer and the Bears faced off against a Canadian youth squad that featured 2012 Michigan commitment Nik Stauskas. Baylor won the game easily, 104-78, but Stauskas put together a solid performance, tallying 27 points and seven rebounds. Here’s some footage of Stauskas from the exhibition:
ESPN announced the locations for the upcoming season of College GameDay this morning. The basketball edition of the show will make eight stops on the road, one of which will take Jay Bilas, Digger Phelps, Hubert Davis and Bob Knight to Ann Arbor.
GameDay is scheduled to stop in Ann Arbor on February 18th to watch the Wolverines host Ohio State.
GameDay will also visit Florida State, Pittsburgh, Arizona, Missouri, Vanderbilt and Connecticut with a final stop in Durham or Lawrence.
By Joe Eberhardt | Recruits | Posted on August 11, 2011 at 10:00 am
John Beilein and his staff have made their presence felt in the state of Indiana after landing commitments from Glenn Robinson III, Zak Irvin and Austin Hatch within the last year. Beilein has made a conscious effort to focus on the state, which seems to always produce talented classes, and assistant coaches Jeff Meyer and Lavall Jordan both have strong ties to the state.
As Michigan shifts the recruiting calendar forward, we’ll begin to take a deeper look at some of the talented 2014 players on the Michigan radar. This video focuses on Greensburg (IN) forward Sean Sellers. The 6-foot-5 forward had a strong summer with the Eric Gordon All-Stars – drawing interest from Michigan, Indiana, Purdue, Butler and New Mexico – and also attended Michigan’s College Practice Camp in June.
Sellers is a versatile wing with above average length and improving athleticism. His biggest strength right now is his mid-range and perimeter shooting. He is also a capable slasher who absorbs contact well in the lane. His greatest area for improvement is strength, which should also help improve his reliability as a defender.
By Dylan Burkhardt | Recruits | Posted on August 9, 2011 at 12:07 pm
Dave Telep is reporting that 2012 big man Mitch McGary has narrowed his list to just six schools: Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, Michigan, Duke and Kentucky.
Here’s McGary on his choices:
“I stayed low in July but I talked to coaches on Facebook and stuff like that,” said McGary. “Some of the schools like Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky, they’ve got great coaches there. I like Michigan and Maryland in the rebuilding stage and they gave me good vibes. Florida’s pretty good and they do a lot of similar things with guys like me who are versatile.”