INDIANAPOLIS – Kevon Looney has no shortage of college interest. The 6-foot-9 forward, and consensus top-10 prospect, is starting to advance his recruitment and confirmed that Michigan was in his top ten list of possible destinations.
Come the end of this month, Michigan’s coaching staff hopes it makes the top five – earning a coveted official visit.
Looney has committed to trimming his long list of suitors to the final five by the end of July, but on Wednesday he was in action for the first day of the Adidas Invitational in Indianapolis. Looney’s Runnin’ Rebels faced off in a high-profile matchup against the New Orleans Elite on the main court at North Central High School.
Michigan assistant coach Jeff Meyer was watching along with Thad Matta, Tom Izzo, Rick Pitino, Mike Krzyzewski and a host of other coaches.
Both teams looked fatigued, as they were playing late in the day and most had arrived in Indianapolis earlier that same day. Looney himself had trouble getting anything going...