Michigan sophomore guard David DeJulius plans to enter the transfer portal.
News of DeJulius’s plans to transfer was first reported by Josh Henschke of the Michigan Insider. The University of Michigan confirmed the news in a press release on Monday.
The 6-foot guard averaged 7 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 21 minutes per game as a sophomore last season. He played in 56 games during his two-year career at Michigan.
With the loss of DeJulius and Zavier Simpson, minutes at point guard are up for grabs next season. The Wolverines have a commitment from four-star guard Zeb Jackson and all have been pursuing a pair of graduate transfer point guards, Harvard’s Bryce Aiken — who has U-M in his list of finalists — and Columbia’s Mike Smith.
The Wolverines are also recruiting five-star shooting guard Josh Christopher as a playmaker in the backcourt.