Found September 21, 2012 on UM Hoops:
Edmond Sumner is a point guard recruit out of Detroit Country Day whose recruitment is surging after a growth spurt and strong summer on the AAU circuit. The Detroit Country Day standout played for The Family this summer and caught John Beilein’s eye at the GRBA Nationals in late July. Sumner is known for his ability to get to the basket off the dribble but can also fill it up from range. We caught up with Sumner to talk about his recruitment as well as his visit to Michigan last Saturday. How would you describe your game? I’m more of a scoring point guard. I’m more of a driver, driving to the hole. Actually I’m pretty strong for my size. How did the AAU season go for you this summer? We started off pretty well, but we didn’t end very well at the Peach Jam. How did it go for you personally? I think it went great, personally. I met a lot of new coaches. Were you working on anything specifically about your game this summer? Really, I was trying to become more of a vocal leader and tr...
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