Notebook: Michigan watches Zimmerman, other notes

imageWe talked with class of 2015 five star big man Stephen Zimmerman about his recruitment last week. This week, Michigan assistant coach LaVall Jordan made the trip west to watch Zimmerman workout.

Zimmerman was recently named the co-MVP of the Fullcourt Press Freshman-Sophomore Camp. He was also tabbed a stand out by ESPN:

The left-handed Zimmerman is extremely skilled and his IQ for the game is impressive. He can nail 3s, jump hooks and his passing is at a high-level. He needs strength, but his upside is off the charts.

Zimmerman has a laundry list of early suitors, and offers, but the Wolverines continue to make a dent in his recruitment. The big man, now healthy, looks poised from a strong summer.

Scouting Evan Boudreaux

As we reported earlier this morning, Evan Boudreaux is planning to visit Michigan for the Illinois game. Boudreaux is a new name on Michigan’s ever growing class of 2015 recruiting radar and the folks at Illinois Prep Bullseye have already had a long look at the talented youngster. Here’s an in-depth summer scouting report from the folks at Prep Bullseye:

Boudreaux has tremendous offensive versatility for a young big man.  He is a consistent scorer in the post, as he has good hands and does a good job of establishing post position and utilizing his strength.  But that is not all–Boudreaux has also shown that he is capable of facing up and knocking down shots out to 3-point land and that he can put the ball on the floor.  Although Boudreaux did not shoot the ball particularly well in the game we watched at Best Buy, he has good form and rotation and does not take bad shots.

Additional recruiting and preseason notes, links and tidbits after the jump. 

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