In this A2.com article, Rothstein reports on another surgery for Jordan Morgan and talks about how the scout team is hampered by the lack of available big men. If only the rotation wasn't hampered by a lack of available big men I wouldn't be so concerned about this.
Freshman forward Jordan Morgan, who has been redshirting this season, will likely have surgery to repair his left shoulder, which he injured in practice last week.
“We’re going to let it quiet down and do it as soon as we can,” Beilein said. “But it can be a four-month recovery.”
It’ll be the second major surgery in a year for Morgan, who had knee surgery before coming to Michigan this summer and required a four-to-six month recovery.
Redshirt freshman Blake McLimans did not practice Tuesday while recovering from a sprained left ankle. … Freshman walk-on Josh Bartelstein may or may not need surgery to fix his injured right ankle, Beilein said. ... Michigan will fly to Indianapolis following practice Wednesday. ... Due to injuries, Beilein said walk-on Eso Akunne and senior Anthony Wright, who stand 6-foot-3 and 6-foot-6 respectively, will simulate the 4 and 5 positions on the scout team.