Former Ypsilanti star Emoni Bates lists Michigan basketball in top 6, sets June announcement date
Former star Ypsilanti high schooler and current No. 1-ranked transfer player Emoni Bates recently entered the transfer portal, where he named the Michigan Wolverines one of his top six destinations ahead of the 2022 college basketball season.
3 members of Michigan basketball’s No. 1 recruiting class named McDonald’s All Americans
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Three members of Michigan basketball’s top-ranked 2021 recruiting class have been named to the McDonald’s All American team. #WhereHypeMeetsLegacy pic.twitter.com/WsGMtGKNVv — McDonald's All American Games (@McDAAG) February 23, 2021Houstan, a five-star forward who committed to Juwan Howard’s team in October, is the No. The 6-foot-10 power forward is ranked 18th in the 2021 class and had a long list of offers, including Kentucky, Florida State and Arizona. He was one of only a handful of four-star recruits to earn McDonald’s All American honors. Howard’s 2021 class also includes four-star guard Frankie Collins, four-star forward Isaiah Barnes and three-star forward Will Tschetter.
Juwan Howard adds another 5-star commit to Michigan basketball’s No. 1 recruiting class
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Juwan Howard had added another five-star commit to Michigan basketball’s top-ranked 2021 recruiting class: Moussa Diabate. Diabate joins five-star Caleb Houstan, four-stars Frankie Collins, Kobe Bufkin and Isaiah Barnes, and three-star Will Tschetter in Michigan’s 2021 class. LAST MONTH: Michigan lands 5-star PF Caleb Houstan, rises to top of national recruiting rankingsAt 6-foot-10, Diabate is the No. Diabate also had scholarship offers from Kentucky, Arizona, Florida State and others. 1 for 2021, just ahead of Florida State, Kentucky and Villanova.
Michigan basketball lands 5-star PF Caleb Houstan, rises to top of national recruiting rankings
Michigan basketball landed five-star Caleb Houstan on Friday, giving the Wolverines the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation. 2 power forward in the 2021 class and the No. Houstan committed to Michigan over scholarship offers from Duke, Gonzaga, Michigan State, North Carolina, Arizona, Virginia and others. READ: Why I’m picking Michigan football to beat Michigan State -- will it be the blowout everyone expects?