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Michigan reveals 2018-19 roster with updated heights and weights

Michigan published its 2018-19 basketball roster today with updated heights, weights and numbers for the upcoming season.

The tallest player in the freshman class is big man Colin Castleton, who is listed at 6-foot-11, 210 pounds. Brandon Johns Jr. is the heaviest incoming freshman at 6-foot-8, 225 pounds. Freshman forward Ignas Brazdeikis checks in at 6-foot-7, 215 pounds with sharpshooter Adrien Nunez at 6-foot-6, 205-pounds. Freshman point guard David DeJulius is listed at 6-foot and 190 pounds.

Michigan players credited with gaining weight this offseason include Isaiah Livers, Zavier Simpson, Jordan Poole, Jon Teske and Charles Matthews. All five returning scholarship players added 5 pounds to their listed weights.

Here’s Michigan’s complete 2018-19 roster.

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown / High School
0 David DeJulius G 6-0 190 Fr. Detroit, Mich. / East English Village
1 Charles Matthews G 6-6 205 Sr. Chicago, Ill. / St. Rita
2 Jordan Poole G 6-5 195 So. Milwaukee, Wis. / La Lumiere School
3 Zavier Simpson G 6-0 190 Jr. Lima, Ohio / Lima Senior
4 Isaiah Livers F 6-7 235 So. Kalamazoo, Mich. / Kalamazoo Central
5 Adrien Nuñez G 6-6 205 Fr. Brooklyn, N.Y. / St. Thomas More Prep
11 Colin Castleton F 6-11 210 Fr. Daytona Beach, Fla / Father Lopez Catholic
13 Ignas Brazdeikis F 6-7 215 Fr. Mono, Ontario / Orangeville Prep
14 Rico Ozuna-Harrison G 5-11 170 So. Detroit, Mich. / Cass Tech
15 Jon Teske C 7-1 260 Jr. Medina, Ohio / Medina
23 Brandon Johns Jr. F 6-8 225 Fr. East Lansing, Mich. / East Lansing
24 C.J. Baird F 6-5 220 So. Novi, Mich. / Detroit Catholic Central
25 Naji Ozeir F 6-7 230 So. Novi, Mich. / Salisbury School [Conn.]
32 Luke Wilson G 6-0 170 So. Boulder, Colo. / Boulder
44 Jaron Faulds F 6-10 225 So. Holt, Mich. / Holt
51 Austin Davis F 6-10 245 Jr. Onsted, Mich. / Onsted Community
55 Eli Brooks G 6-1 185 So. Spring Grove, Pa. / Spring Grove Senior

Notable Replies

  1. Maker

    It’s worth noting that the weights suggest this will be a very different looking front line than we’ve seen under Beilein at UM. Livers, Johns, and Iggy are a far cry from the days of Smote or Wilson as a Freshman at center. Add Mathews, Teske, and Davis and there is little chance that anyone will call this group soft.
    Coincidentally, Izzo’s young players need some serious S&C and might just get pushed around by UM this year.

  2. mgl

    So if both Simpson and DDJ are “6’0””

    Does that mean David is 5’9” too

  3. umhoops

    Is there really an argument here? Michigan lists players by the number of years they’ve been in college. FR|SO|JR|SR|GRAD.

  4. chazer

    Seriously, I am so pumped for this team! To me, Charles is already a leader, I loved playing with guys on my team who had an edge, they’ve got your back. I’ve said it in prior posts, that day at Breslin will always stick out when he went right at Ward! That’s leading by doing in a subtle way! Second favorite leadership moment…Z Novak…bleeding in the post game interview! Priceless!

  5. RedsMaizeandBlue

    Teske is HUGE and already strong. With this added summer, and a hopeful development of a mid-range jumper, combined with his already strong defensive ability, I like Teske’s chances against Ward.

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