Report Card 2015

UMHoops Best of 2014-15 -4
Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Derrick Walton

Derrick Walton’s sophomore season was plagued by injuries, but what’s next for Michigan’s starting point guard?

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Michigan 68, Syracuse 65 - #14
Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Kameron Chatman

Kameron Chatman arrived in Ann Arbor with big shoes to fill. He was the No. 27 ranked prospect in the class of 2015 and he was expected to show up on campus and immediately replace Glenn Robinson III’s production.

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Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Caris LeVert

Michigan guard Caris LeVert is coming back for his senior year and suddenly the Wolverine roster looks very capable of competing in a Big Ten conference that seems to improve by the day.

LeVert’s junior season never quite lived up to expectations. He showed signs of rust with his jumpshot early on and it took time for him to gel with his new teammates, and also his new role as Michigan’s primary offensive creator.

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Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Zak Irvin

For months, Michigan fans wondered when Zak Irvin would make the leap so many expected of him entering his sophomore campaign. It took until the final weeks of the season to arrive, but the improvements were dramatic. Over the the team’s final six games, Irvin averaged 17.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists, finally establishing himself as the versatile player the Wolverines sorely needed.

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Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Aubrey Dawkins

Aubrey Dawkins was the final member of Michigan’s 2014-15 recruiting class, but the Wolverines benefited greatly from the forward’s contributions this winter. The Palo Alto, California native didn’t make his first start until Jan. 20, but he proceeded to play 30-plus minutes on 10 occasions as he quickly became an integral member of the frontcourt.

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Wisconsin 71, Michigan 60 -23
Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Ricky Doyle

Freshman center Ricky Doyle quickly became one of the biggest surprises of the early part of Michigan’s season, scoring in double-digits five times before January. But the freshman center tallied 10 points or more in just three games from January 1st until the end of the year, as health issues and improved competition limited his efficiency.

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Wisconsin 71, Michigan 60 -2
Team 99  

Report Card 2015: Spike Albrecht

During Big Ten Media Day in October, Spike Albrecht seemed content with being Michigan’s most experienced backup. But his role changed quickly, as injuries to Caris LeVert and Derrick Walton made the junior the team’s only healthy veteran in the backcourt.

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