Report: Michigan inquires about Sacred Heart transfer Cane Broome

According to a report by the New Haven Register, Michigan has inquired about sophomore Sacred Heart transfer Cane Broome.

According to a report by the New Haven Register’s David Borges, Michigan has inquired about sophomore Sacred Heart transfer Cane Broome.

Broome averaged 23.1 points and 4.9 rebounds per game as a sophomore, earning NEC Player of the Year honors. He shot 54% on twos and 31% on threes last season and also demonstrated the ability to get to the free throw line.

David Borges reports that Michigan, Cincinnati and Providence have shown interest in the guard.

Michigan has a point guard incoming in Ohio Mr. Basketball Xavier Simpson, but will also need to replace Derrick Walton after next season. Broome would have junior eligibility in the 2017-18 season, immediately after Walton graduates.

Here are some highlights of Broome scoring 39 points in a game this season.

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