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June-July 2013 - Wolverine

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2013 basketball recruiting issue Super Sophomores Michigan Coaches Are In On Some Of The Nation's Top 2015 Talent M By Chris Balas ichigan still has work to do to complete the 2014 class, but the coaching staff is well on its way in having built relationships with a number of top 2015 (and 2016) prospects. Here's a look at a number of the targets. Luke Kennard 6-5 • 180 • SG Franklin (Ohio) High School No. 32 sophomore nationally It didn't take class of 2015 shooting guard prospect Luke Kennard long to earn notice from the U-M coaching staff — it came after just one or two games during his first Michigan camp with his Franklin (Ohio) High School team, two years ago. The versatile, 6-5 sharpshooter put on a show to immediately become one of the Wolverines' most coveted prospects in his class, and he trumped his performance the following summer with two 40-point camp games in proving he was up to his lofty ranking. Luke Kennard, who is ranked by as the No. 32 overall player in the class of 2015, could receive a scholarship offer from the U-M coaching staff in June. photo courtesy

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