Found June 23, 2013 on College Spun:
Move over A.J. McCarron, you’ve got some competition in the ridiculous tattoo department. Former Michigan sharpshooter Trey Burke, who is slotted to be drafted in the top ten of this week’s upcoming NBA Draft, got some new ink on his right arm and uploaded a photo of it to Instagram. Burke’s tattoo is of the Columbus Clippers’ logo, which is the minor league baseball team in Columbus, Ohio – Trey’s hometown. The tattoo is rather large, as it runs all the way from his elbow to his wrist.  Check it out:  Instagram/tr3yburke That’s some serious ink game. [For The Win] 
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