Five-star guard Josh Christopher lists Michigan in top five

Five-star guard Joshua Christopher announced his final five schools on Wednesday night. He trimmed his list to include Missouri, Arizona State, UCLA, Michigan and Kentucky.

Christopher is one of the most dynamic scoring guards on the grassroots circuit. He averaged 21.4 points, five rebounds and five assists per game with Vegas Elite in the Nike EYBL. He was the first prospect that Juwan Howard offered after he was hired at Michigan.

Christopher has referred to Kentucky as his dream school in the past and he has family connections to Arizona State, where his brother plays, and Missouri, where his cousin is the strength coach.

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  1. Ethan

    UCLA & Kentucky are far less intimidating IMO as big schools than Dook or Kansas when it comes to recruiting. Should be interesting to see if he goes with a family connection or a high level program.

  2. adamsmit86

    Kentucky is less intimidating? They recruit better than Kansas and literally every other school in the country not named Duke.

  3. Ethan

    I would have agreed with you five years ago, maybe even three years ago. In my opinion they haven’t been as successful in the past few years as the two other schools that I named. Not that they haven’t been successful, it’s all pretty subjective regardless.

  4. adamsmit86

    Maybe even agree if we go all the way back to this year when they landed the most five stars in the country and #2 overall class?

  5. Mith

    Wow, it’s really important for you to be right, eh? The guy already said it was an opinion. Can’t let that slide though!

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