Alabama wing Sam Walters commits to Michigan
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by Dylan Burkhardt
5h ago
Alabama forward Sam Walters announced his commitment to Michigan today. https://x.com/tiptonedits/status/1782452917368238547?s=46&t=xsoD7F1QL4iGG_8kXTdpkw Walters, a former top-100 recruit, transferred from Alabama after playing 12.3 minutes per game as a freshman. He averaged 5.4 points and 2.4 rebounds per game, shooting 39-of-99 from 3-point range. Walters joins Yale’s Danny Wolf, Auburn’s Tre Donaldson, Ohio State’s Roddy Gayle Jr., and North Texas’ Rubin Jones in Michigan’s incoming transfer class. He’s the sixth commitment that Dusty May has landed in the last four days. Here’s a fu ..read more
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Ohio State guard Roddy Gayle Jr. commits to Michigan
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by Dylan Burkhardt
5h ago
Michigan added a transfer commitment from 6-foot-4 Ohio State guard Roddy Gayle Jr. today. Joe Tipton broke the news. Gayle averaged 13.5 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game for the Buckeyes last season and will cross rivalry lines to head to Ann Arbor. He just finished his sophomore year in Columbus and will have two years of eligibility to play at Michigan. Gayle joins North Texas’ Rubin Jones, Auburn’s Tre Donaldson, and Yale’s Danny Wolf in Michigan’s incoming transfer class, with more expected. Here’s a full breakdown of the new Michigan guard, an assessment of his game, and h ..read more
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2024 Michigan Transfer Portal Hot Board
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by Dylan Burkhardt
5h ago
Michigan has a lot of work to rebuild its roster after Dusty May’s introduction as head coach. The Wolverines will have to bring multiple contributors in from the transfer portal and have already been active in the transfer market. “So we’re going to cast a big net,” Dusty May said in his introductory press conference. “We’ll narrow it down, we’ll be very patient because we’re not going to take the wrong guys. There are a lot of options, and they’re not all great options.” With over a thousand names in the portal and dozens of lists, tweets, and updates around the internet, it can be hard to ..read more
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Auburn guard Tre Donaldson commits to Michigan
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by Dylan Burkhardt
1d ago
Auburn point guard Tre Donaldson announced his commitment to Michigan today. Donaldson is a 6-foot-3 guard who just completed his sophomore season for the Tigers. He averaged 6.7 points, 3.2 assists and 2.4 rebounds in 19.2 minutes per game while splitting time in a platoon point guard system. Donaldson was a two-sport star out of high school who committed to Auburn over Florida State, Florida, and Alabama. He was also being recruited out of the portal by Georgia and Texas Tech. He’s Michigan’s third transfer commitment since Dusty May was hired, joining Yale’s Danny Wolf and North Texas’ Rub ..read more
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2024 Michigan Transfer Portal Hot Board
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by Dylan Burkhardt
1d ago
Michigan has a lot of work to rebuild its roster after Dusty May’s introduction as head coach. The Wolverines will have to bring multiple contributors in from the transfer portal and have already been active in the transfer market. “So we’re going to cast a big net,” Dusty May said in his introductory press conference. “We’ll narrow it down, we’ll be very patient because we’re not going to take the wrong guys. There are a lot of options, and they’re not all great options.” With over a thousand names in the portal and dozens of lists, tweets, and updates around the internet, it can be hard to ..read more
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Yale big man Danny Wolf commits to Michigan
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by Dylan Burkhardt
2d ago
New Michigan head coach Dusty May landed another transfer today when Yale big man Danny Wolf announced his commitment to Michigan. ESPN’s Adam Schefter . Wolf is the third commitment this offseason for Michigan and should immediately bolster a frontcourt that is lacking bodies. Wolf averaged 14.1 points, 9.7 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game for a Yale team that finished 23-10 (11-3 Ivy) and upset Auburn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He just finished his sophomore season and will have two years of eligibility remaining in Ann Arbor. Wolf is a consensus top-40 transfer on the mark ..read more
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North Texas guard Rubin Jones commits to Michigan
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by Dylan Burkhardt
3d ago
North Texas graduate transfer guard Rubin Jones announced his commitment to Michigan today. Jones is a crucial early commitment for new head coach Dusty May as he looks to rebuild Michigan’s roster. He is known for his defense but also averaged 12.1 points, 3.7 assists, and 3.6 rebounds per game as a senior at North Texas. Jones, a 6-foot-5 guard, has one year of eligibility remaining as a COVID graduate transfer. His size and versatility have allowed him to play multiple perimeter positions during his time at North Texas. He played primarily point guard as a senior. Here’s a full breakdown ..read more
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Four-star guard Justin Pippen commits to Michigan
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by Dylan Burkhardt
3d ago
Four-star guard Justin Pippen announced his commitment to Michigan today. Pippen is one of the fastest-rising recruits in the country, soaring from unrated to 63rd during his senior season, according to 247 Sports. The 6-foot-3 guard has had a standout season at Sierra Canyon and earned a wave of high-major offers. Pippen’s breakout senior campaign was spurned on by a growth spurt, following in the footsteps of his father and brother who also emerged late in their high school careers as top prospects. He’s officially Dusty May’s first commitment and joins Michigan’s Mr. Basketball Phat Phat B ..read more
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Mike Boynton Jr. emphasizing relationships, chemistry during recruiting and team-building process
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by John Tondora
4d ago
Mike Boynton Jr.’s time in Ann Arbor may only just be starting, but the moment Michigan’s newly-minted assistant head coach touched down in the Mitten State, it was a homecoming all the same. For Boynton, a native of Brooklyn, New York, who coached all over the Southeast United States, Michigan may seem like a far cry from home. However for his wife, Jenny Boynton, a native of Holland, the University of Michigan was an easy sell. And over a decade removed from incorrectly trying to convince his wife that Stephen F. Austin University was, in fact, in Austin, Texas, Mike is excited for an oppor ..read more
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Michigan announces hiring of Dusty May’s first staff members
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by Dylan Burkhardt
4d ago
Michigan formally announced the majority of Dusty May’s first coaching staff today. The Wolverines are hiring former Oklahoma State head coach Mike Boynton Jr., Saint Mary’s assistant Justin Joyner and Georgia assistant Akeem Miskdeen as their top three assistant coaches. Kyle Church, Drew Williamson and Brandon Gilbert are also following Dusty May from Florida Atlantic to Michigan to join the staff. Church will serve as General Manager and Assistant Coach, while Williamson will serve as Director of Player Development and Assistant Coach. Gilbert will serve the same role he had at Florida Atl ..read more
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