Found November 16, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
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The early signing period for the 2013 basketball class was this week and Michigan Basketball reeled in a Top 10 class with 3 Top 100 recruits. John Beilein and his staff continue to impress on the recruiting trail with their eye for not only talent, but also for high character young men. ESPNU ranks Michigan’s class #8 overall and #2 in the Big Ten, behind Indiana. Here are the 3 members of Michigan’s 2013 class, all of whom signed their letter of intent this week. IT’S OFFICIAL! I have finally signed my letter of intent to attend the University of Michigan next year! I t instagr.am/p/SBQkZzDw4b/ — Zak Irvin (@zirvin21) November 14, 2012 Zak Irvin: The 6-foot-6, 185 pounder from Fishers, Indiana is ranked the #5 small forward by ESPNU and the #24 player overall. Here is an excerpt of his scouting report on ESPNU: Zak is an aggressive scorer with high skill and excellent athletic ability. With terrific small forward size he knocks down three point shots with consistency on the break...
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