Harvard graduate transfer Bryce Aiken will announce his decision on Thursday at 1 p.m.
Aiken is deciding between Seton Hall, Michigan, Maryland and Iowa State. Aiken is a New Jersey native who visited Seton Hall and Maryland as a prep. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, transfers and uncommitted recruits have no option to visit college campuses before announcing a decision.
Aiken hasn’t spoke to the media often during his transfer recruitment but had this to say about Michigan last week.
“I think playing for Juwan Howard would be awesome. He has the NBA experience that I would relish in learning from. I was able to watch them play on TV a few times this past season and it looks like his team has a ton of fun out there. That’s one of the biggest things that has stuck out to me. I believe he’s another terrific coach and speaking with him on the phone only reassures me of his belief in my ability to help them win. They’ll be another top 10 team and going into that situation – being able to lead those guys and represent the University of Michigan would be incredible.”
After the jump, find our scouting report, video and shot chart breaking down Aiken’s game and how he could fit at Michigan, previously published here.