Rutgers guard Paul Mulcahy entered the transfer portal today as a graduate transfer and Michigan is reportedly among the schools to be in contact.
Adam Zagoria reported that Kentucky, Kansas State, Michigan and West Virginia were “some early schools to reach out” to the 6-foot-6 guard.
Mulcahy averaged 8.3 points, 4.9 assists and 3.6 rebounds per game for Rutgers last year. He’s a low-volume offensive player, but a capable passer and creator with positional size.
The Wolverines have landed three transfers in this class, Tennessee’s Olivier Nkamhoua, Alabama’s Nimari Burnett and Seton Hall’s Tray Jackson, but they still have two scholarships available. Those scholarships likely earmarked for depth at the guard and wing positions where Michigan lost Kobe Bufkin and Jett Howard to the NBA Draft and lost North Carolina transfer Caleb Love due to transfer issues.