Summer in Review

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Summer in Review: Devin Booker

Devin Booker was on everybody’s list to watch this spring and summer. The Michigan native exploded on the Mississippi prep circuit and the word was out across the nation. Everyone wanted to see what the […]

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Summer in Review: Trevon Bluiett

Trevon Bluiett may not be the most athletic player in the 2014 class. He doesn’t have the most college-ready body and he doesn’t have explosive quickness or leaping ability. But Bluiett is one of the […]

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Summer in Review: Keita Bates-Diop

It’s easy to fall into superlatives when describing Keita Bates-Diop. The swingman from Normal, Illinois has been high on Michigan’s list of prospects for a long time, with good reason. Watching him on the court, […]

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Summer in Review: Jae’Sean Tate

A label that gets tossed around a lot when discussing basketball prospects is “tweener.” Usually, that label is disparaging, describing a player whose size and skill set don’t fit in to a specific position. However, […]

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Summer in Review: Mark Donnal

Similar to Michigan’s other 2013 commitments, Mark Donnal wasn’t playing to impress college scouts this summer. Instead, Donnal was focused on improving and diversifying his game against the nation’s best. The 6-foot-9 center quietly improved […]

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Summer in Review: Derrick Walton

Point guard generally is considered the most important position on the basketball court. It’s also one of the more difficult positions to evaluate. Athletic wings that can attack the basket, tall shot blockers or dead […]

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Summer in Review: Zak Irvin

Zak Irvin has become one of the premiere players in the class of 2013 and one of the jewels of Michigan’s 2013 recruiting class. A year ago, Irvin was one of a multitude of wing […]

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