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March 2013 - Signing Day Edition

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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������ basketball recruiting Class Of 2014 Standout Trevon Bluiett Is In No Hurry E By Chris Balas d Schilling knows basketball. The Indianapolis Park Tudor head coach has been an assistant under current Kentucky head coach John Calipari at both Massachusetts and Memphis, was the second youngest head coach in the country when he led Wright State from 1997-2003 and also served time as the youngest NBA assistant in the country when he sat on the New Jersey Nets��� bench in 1996���97. When Schilling says he���s got a good one in junior Trevon Bluiett (6-5, the No. 46 player nationally in the class of 2014 according to, he means he���s got a good one. Bluiett proved it in scoring 36 points in a win at rival Brebeuf Feb. 1, knocking down shots inside and out despite having been off for nine days. ���He���s just such a good player,��� Schilling said. ���He just knows how to play and has great pace to his game. One thing we wanted to do [against Brebeuf] is go with the high ball screen with him ��� Trevon just does a good job reading it and knowing when to pass or drive and draw fouls.��� In short, he takes what the defense gives him, usually making the right play. Though not overly athletic ��� basketball veterans, think former DePaul forward Mark Aguirre ��� he finds ways to get his shot off, can get to the rim and can pass, even better Michigan, Butler and Indiana appear to be the frontrunners for Bluiett, who is a four-star prospect and the No. 46 overall player in the junior class according to photo courtesy than he showed against Brebeuf. ���Even though he scored a lot, we wouldn���t be where we are [15-1 at the time, 19-2 as of Feb. 19], wouldn���t be in the top 10, without the rest of his game,��� Schilling said. ���He scored, but didn���t do as much of the other stuff you���ll usually see. You didn���t get a chance to get him really pass the ball the way he can. He can do it all, and he usually does it really quietly.��� He���s also ���as nice a kid as you���d ever meet,��� Schilling said, and

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