As far as high-profile recruitments go, Kameron Chatman’s commitment to Michigan was about as uneventful as can be. Chatman didn’t hold a press conference or a TV special, he kept things simple as he gave his pledge to John Beilein and his entire assistant coaching staff in-person during a home visit. The 6-foot-7 forward’s decision […]
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Incoming Michigan freshman Kameron Chatman sat down for a video interview with USA Basketball today. Chatman is trying out for the USA Basketball U18 team which will compete in the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Colorado. Watch Chatman’s video interview below. Transcribed quotes after the jump.
Kameron Chatman is the highest-ranked recruit of Michigan’s 2014 class, coming in as the 26th-ranked player in his class and a consensus four-star. The hype is justified — at 6-foot-8 with a long wingspan, Chatman’s diverse set of skills allow him to play anywhere from the four to the one in John Beilein’s offense. Recruiting sites […]
Mitch McGary is headed to the NBA, which means Michigan will have one of the youngest and most unproven frontcourts in college basketball next season. Mitch McGary, Glenn Robinson III, Jordan Morgan and Jon Horford accounted for about 95% of the available minutes at the four and five positions last season. They are all gone. […]
Cole Huff will play his future college basketball in the Midwest. The 6-foot-9 Nevada transfer won his appeal to transfer to schools closer to home on the West coast, including UCLA and USC, but his AAU coach tweeted that his final four schools were Creighton, Dayton, Iowa and Michigan. Huff will visit Creighton on April 27th, […]