Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan made things official on Wednesday, announcing that they would keep their names in the 2022 NBA Draft and leave Michigan after one season. They are Michigan’s first one-and-domes since Ignas Brazdeikis and the first of Juwan Howard’s tenure in Ann Arbor — something that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise due to their recruiting pedigree.
Caleb Houstan is trending toward the first round — with speculation that he has a promise somewhere in the 20s — while Moussa Diabate is fighting for a spot in the second round.
With those decisions cemented, Juwan Howard and his staff can finally move forward and finalize the 2022-23 roster. The Wolverines have two scholarships remaining as they look to wrap things up and build a roster around Hunter Dickinson in the middle. Here are four thoughts on Caleb Houstan, Moussa Diabate, and, more importantly, the future.