Found March 13, 2013 on UM Hoops:
2014 Michigan target Edmond Sumner is one of the fastest rising recruits in the state of Michigan, and his stock continued to drastically increase after Monday’s Regional Semifinal victory. The 6-foot-4 point guard scored 20 points and led Detroit Country Day to a dominating 75-57 win over 2013 Michigan signee Derrick Walton and Chandler Park Academy. After taking a three-point lead into the second half, Sumner put his team on his back, scoring 11 points and dishing out two assists in a two-minute span, igniting a 29-6 third-quarter run to put the game away. In front of Michigan coaches John Beilein and Bacari Alexander, Sumner showed incredible versatility, scoring from all over the floor, including converting four 3-pointers, and proving to be a tough matchup for several defenders. He showed improved ball-handling and poise, and was tenacious defensively, helping to hold Walton to 14 points, shutting down the Mr. Basketball finalist and the Chandler Park offense. Sumner grew four ...
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