2021-22 Season

Six takeaways from Caleb Houstan’s U19 World Cup performance

Caleb Houstan helped Canada to a bronze medal in the FIBA U19 World Cup over the last two weeks in Latvia. Houstan averaged 17 points per game and was one of the standouts at the event despite a lackluster perimeter shooting performance.

The seven-game event was a valuable data point in projecting how Houstan, the No. 7 ranked prospect in the 2021 class, will fit in at Michigan this coming season. We broke down the film from all seven games and here are six key takeaways from his performance, his fit in Ann Arbor and more.

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