At A2.com, Mike Rothstein reports that Jordan Dumars will be eligible to play for the MBB as soon as his fall semester grades are posted.
Before Dumars, who transferred to Michigan from South Florida midway through his freshman year, can become eligible, his first-semester grades must be posted. As of Wednesday afternoon, he and Michigan coach John Beilein were waiting. “I’m e-mailing (the professors),” Dumars said earlier this week. “Making sure. It’ll be either (Bryant) or the Purdue game.”
When he's eligible, Dumars will join Tim Hardaway, Jr and Jon Horford as sons of former NBA players on the active Michigan roster (2012 verbal commit Glenn Robinson, III will make it four in two years).
And get ready for a Joe Dumars appearance at Crisler.
He said his entire family will attend his first Michigan game, be it Bryant on Thursday or for the Big Ten opener against Purdue on Tuesday. “I can’t wait, man,” Dumars said. “As it’s gotten closer, it’s been a little bit harder to go to sleep because it’s been on my mind.”