North Carolina transfer Caleb Love decommits from Michigan

After weeks of rumors hinting at the fact, the news was confirmed today. North Carolina transfer Caleb Love won’t be attending Michigan next year.

Love was a true junior transferring out of North Carolina and announced his commitment to Michigan on April 7th. North Carolina’s spring semester ended earlier this month. This is the third time in the Juwan Howard era that Michigan has faced significant admissions issues while recruiting a high-profile transfer.

Without Love, Michigan’s roster has an obvious gap in perimeter playmakers after losing Kobe Bufkin and Jett Howard to the NBA Draft.

The Wolverines recently hosted Toledo graduate transfer RayJ Dennis for a visit, presumably as a potential replacement for Love. Dennis averaged 19.5 points, 5.8 assists, and 4.3 rebounds per game at Toledo last season. He’s also considering Illinois, Baylor, and Utah among others.

Michigan has also been recruiting Tennessee forward Olivier Nkamhoua, who is currently testing the NBA Draft process.

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  1. BigBoutros

    program is in a horrific tailspin

  2. GoBlueScrewOSU7

    Was actually excited about watching Love try to figure it out here! Pretty bummed!

  3. kturnup

    At least I already got my freak out about this Like a month ago. And also explains the Ray J thing

  4. giveansk1

    Is this 100% an admissions thing? I just want to know where to direct my anger.

  5. Petere1588

    Obviously admissions are annoying, but…

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