Michigan landed a commitment from Ignas Brazdeikis on Friday night and its 2018 class is coming together. Here's the latest on where things stand.
Michigan added a commitment from Ignas Brazdeikis on Friday night. Here's an in-depth video breakdown and written scouting report of the talented Canadian scoring forward.
Canadian wing Ignas Brazdeikis committed to Michigan tonight. 🙏🙏 pic.twitter.com/V9GAAJKvFj — Ignas Brazdeikis (@_iggy_7) September 22, 2017 Brazdeikis joins Brandon Johns, David DeJulius, And Taylor Currie in Michigan’s 2018 class. Stay tuned to UM Hoops for more on this developing story.
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Michigan hosted Ignas Brazdeikis and Justin Ahrens for official visits last weekend and will welcome Noah Locke to campus this weekend. College basketball coaches across the country have also been on the road scouting and recruiting.
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Michigan will host a pair of critical class of 2018 visitors this weekend while priorities are shaking out across the class. (Patreon)
Michigan will host Canadian wing Ignas Brazdeikis for his first official visit this weekend.
The Big Ten announced time and television information for much of the 2017-18 schedule this afternoon.
Annual college basketball preview magazines have started to hit newsstands and provide an early look at national expectations for the 2017-18 Wolverines.
Several new Michigan targets have emerged in recent weeks while previous offers like Justin Ahrens and Noah Locke are starting to take official visits. (Patreon)
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