Nice article by Rothstein over at WN about Trey Burke trying to fill Morris' shoes. Here's the link. Here are some snippets:
Trey Burke thought he'd have time to adjust. When he signed with Michigan in 2010 before his senior season of high school, he figured he'd have one year of college -- at least -- behind then-starting point guard Darius Morris.
He'd learn by watching, acclimating himself to the college game while coming off the bench. Then Morris broke out during his sophomore season, left for the NBA and suddenly, Burke was being looked at as more than the future.
By the time Burke arrived in Ann Arbor for the start of summer school and open gyms with his new teammates, he was comfortable figuring out the game and where he fit in. Much like Tim Hardaway Jr. during his first open gyms last season, Burke attacked and went at his teammates instead of passively figuring things out.
"As expected, he is the most comfortable on the team with the ball," Michigan coach John Beilein said last week. "Just having the ball and seeing the floor. Lots of other things he's working at, but he has not been a disappointment in the first four days, taht's [sic] for sure."
Sounds like he's fitting in well. I am really excited for his potential and think he could end up being our starting PG by the end of the season. Definitely looks like we'll be solid at that spot for a few years (assuming he doesn't leave early).