Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
here are his stats:
transfer article here:
word is he is interested in michigan, iowa and two other schools. really improved his shooting this year. rebounds ok for his size. he's a bit foul prone.
I hate to keep trying to guess what Mitch is going to do - but this mock draft is bad news for us fans:
Nik at 11
Mitch at 26
Glenn at 30
If Mitch is still considerend first round material - then he has to go in my POV
Obviously there is a connection there due to his brother but it is interesting Horford is leaving one Elite 8 team for
another a Final Four team. If he does land there it would quite a landing spot in terms of basketball and we'll definitely get to see if Horford's family's view of his skill set is realistic (and by definition he was being held back by Beilein's "emphasis on guards / wings") as UF plays a more traditional brand of bball. Morgan seemed to do ok in this system last year as did Mitch but we'll see.
As far as I can tell from a couple tweets, Trey is expecting a boy in June!!!
I'm not sure who the girl is, but I have seen a few of Trey's instagram photos with who I would assume to be a girlfriend. I think with Trey Jr, Timmy Hardaway III, and GR4 leading the way, we should be able to hang some banners. Maybe Beilein's grandson(s?) will be big and strong enough from the subs by this point to contribute as well, although they made have graduated already by this point.
On both Twitter and today's recruiting roundup (podcast), Sam Webb has reported that the Michigan basketball program will host a second visitor this weekend—Aubrey Dawkins, a 6-4 shooting guard out of New Hampton Prep in New Hampshire. He's the son of Johnny Dawkins, head coach at Stanford and a national player of the year during his college career at Duke who went on to play nine years in the NBA. Rivals lists Aubrey Dawkins with offers from Dayton and Rhode Island. Why not Stanford? Sam says it's probably because of Stanford's tough admission standards.
So that's two possible late 2014 signees who are visiting this weekend—the other of course being Muhammad Ali Abdur-Rahkman.
Looks like Nike is "rebranding" Illinois - this stuff is actually pretty sharp from where I stand and not too far out of line hence do not get the uniformz treatment; I especially like the two upper basketball uniforms.
The upper orange football one looks Syracuse-ish; can't see enough of their blue jersey version to assess - assuming the pants are orange but who knows.