Found October 02, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Michigan landed a statement commitment from Kameron Chatman on Tuesday evening but John Beilein hasn’t stopped to celebrate his big win. He’s trying to build on positive momentum. The Wolverine head coach was in to see James Blackmon Jr. on Wednesday night and things appear to be heating up in the Blackmon recruitment. James Blackmon Jr. tweeted on Wednesday night before Michigan’s visit that a decision was coming soon and announced a final list of five that included Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan and Michigan State. The timing of the tweet is interesting because Blackmon has only taken one official visit, to Michigan last weekend. Blackmon had previously announced intentions to officially visit Kentucky (October 18th) and Indiana, where he was originally committed, before reaching a decision. Grantham decision coming Friday Donte Grantham is down to Michigan and Clemson and a decision is expected on Friday afternoon. Both Michigan and Clemson have reason for optimism in Granth...
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