Found June 20, 2012 on UM Hoops:
Preferred walk on Sai Tummala is transferring, as first reported by Jeff Goodman and confirmed by the Michigan athletic department. Goodman also reported that Michigan’s game against Arkansas will be December 8th. Find a full run down of Michigan’s future schedules on this page. 2013 shooting forward Reggie Cameron added a scholarship offer from UConn, reports NBE Basketball. Cameron reported a number of recent phone calls “Miami, Xavier, North Carolina State, Florida, North Carolina, Richmond, West Virginia, USC, Connecticut, Seton Hall, Clemson and Indiana have contacted me since the rule change.” 2014 dual sport star Drake Harris was officially offered a Michigan football scholarship. Harris could very well add a Wolverine basketball offer when he takes an unofficial visit to meet with John Beilein but the question looming large is whether Harris will play basketball, football or both at the next level. Recent Michigan offeree, Keita Bates-Diop, was reportedly the star of DePaul...

Michigan Wolverines Links: Channing Stribling Commits, Bumps 2013 Class Up to 22

Stribling is a 6-foot-2, 165-pound cornerback from Butler High School in North Carolina. He is the third projected CB in the class, along with Jourdan Lewis and Gareon Conley. Continue reading →

Preseason countdown: No. 12 Michigan

Before everyone gets all excited about the idea of Michigan being back to being Michigan again, remember: Even when it was rocking and rolling, Michigan needed to be better. Why not just accept what last year was, and be happy? Michigan went 11-2, beat Ohio State and won the Sugar Bowl. It was as good a season as could reasonably be asked for after the terrible Rich Rodriguez era...

Postscript: The Class of 2012

Michigan’s 2012 recruiting class is finally complete. Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas, Mitch McGary, Spike Albrecht and Caris LeVert are all scheduled to set foot in Ann Arbor by the end of the month. John Beilein will replace the five players that graduated (2) or transferred (3) from last year’s roster with five freshmen replacements. Now the question is what sort of impact...
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