Freshmen numbers, heights and weights
have been unveiled on an updated roster. Kameron Chatman will wear No. 3, DJ Wilson No. 5, Muhammad Ali Abdur-Rahkman No. 12, Aubrey Dawkins No. 24, Austin Hatch No. 30 and Ricky Doyle No. 32. Former walk-ons Cole McConnell and Brad Anlauf are no longer listed on the roster while Max Bielfeldt is now listed as a senior, implying he won’t be back for a fifth-year. Doyle is the biggest incoming recruit at 6-foot-10, 250 pounds while Wilson checks in at 6-9, 210 pounds. Chatman and Dawkins are both listed as guard/combo forwards with Chatman at 6-foot-7, 210 and Dawkins at 6-foot-6, 190 pounds. Heights and weights for returning players don’t appear to be updated.
updated our scholarship breakdown to reflect the changes.
Chad Ford’s updated ESPN Big Board for the 2015 Draft includes Caris LeVert at No. 27. LeVert was one of the most improved players in the country last year,” Ford wrote. “After getting almost no attention from scouts as a freshman, he’s now firmly on the board as a potential first-round pick.”
Zak Irvin also makes an appearance on Ford’s Big Board at No. 41 Tim Hardaway Jr. is averaging 21.8 points per game in the NBA Summer League, second best among Las Vegas participants. Here are
highlights of him scoring 25 points last night. John Beilein made a recruiting stop in Kentucky to watch
Jon Teske before heading down to the Peach Jam last night where he watched Henry Ellenson, Tyus Battle and many others. Michigan had three staff members watching Battle this morning. Former Michigan Director of Player Personnel CJ Lee was
hired by Marist. Lee reflected on the growth of the Michigan program with Brendan Quinn.
Mark Donnal realizes how critical he is this season after redshirting last year. “It’s hard to see them go, but it definitely opened up a lot of opportunity for me,” Donnal told MLive. “I know there’s a big burden on my back and I’ve got to prove myself this season.” Zak Irvin wants to
prove he’s ‘not just a shooter’ next season, but his transition will be a little more difficult than Nik Stauskas last season because Irvin mostly was ‘just a a shooter’ as a freshman. 2015 guard
Prince Ali says UCLA is his leader.
TJ Leaf has scheduled unofficial visits to Arizona and Arizona State in August. His list now includes