Posted April 03, 2012 on
Michigan transfer Evan Smotrycz broke down his re-recruitment process with He's narrowed down his list of schools and has a few visits planned.

Report: Trey Burke will enter the NBA Draft

CBS’s Jeff Goodman is reporting that Trey Burke will declare for the NBA Draft. Trey Burke is leaving Michigan after just one season. The Wolverines point guard, according to sources, is expected to forgo his remaining three years of eligibility and declare for the NBA. The Wolverines, according to a source, are also bringing in under-the-radar point guard Spike Albrecht...

Michigan Basketball: Decision draws near for Trey Burke

Spike Albrecht Multiple media outlets including USA Today and CBS Sports are reporting that Michigan point guard Trey Burke will forego his final three seasons of eligibility and declare for the NBA Draft. In the wake of that hard-hitting news, Michigan fans are left wondering who will run the point for the Wolverines in the upcoming season? The coaching staff has identified two...

Ex-Michigan PF considering Clemson

Clemson is a potential transfer destination for former Michigan power forward Evan Smotrycz.

Michigan ranked 8th in ESPN’s “too early top 25”

Andy Katz on Michigan: 8. Michigan The Wolverines will be in the top 10 if Trey Burke returns to school. He should. He would join freshman stud Mitch McGary and Tim Hardaway Jr., and a loaded class that also includes ESPNU 100 recruits Glenn Robinson Jr., and Nik Stauskas. The Wolverines have had a few defections, and that has disrupted a bit of their flow. But John Beilein...
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