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Report: Grant Mullins to visit Michigan on Wednesday

First reported by Sam Webb and confirmed by MLive’s Brendan Quinn, Columbia transfer Grant Mullins will visit Michigan on Wednesday.

First reported by Sam Webb and confirmed by MLive’s Brendan Quinn, Columbia transfer Grant Mullins will visit Michigan on Wednesday.

Mullins is a 6-foot-3 shooting guard who averagedΒ 13.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.3 assists in 31.1 minutes per game. He shot 43.9% on three-point attempts and led Columbia to a 25-10 season that culminated in a CIT Championship. He’s a graduate transfer with immediate eligibility because of an Ivy League rule that makes graduate students ineligible to play.

Mullins graded out in the 94th percentile nationally in pick-and-roll efficiency (including passes) according to Synergy Sports. He also graded out in the top ten percent of college basketball players in catch-and-shoot ability and shooting off the dribble.

Mullins also visited Syracuse on Friday and California on Monday. Michigan currently holds one open scholarship for the 2016-17 season and while Mullins hasn’t been officially offered the spot, that offer could follow when he visits campus tomorrow.

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