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2017 Class Outlook: Michigan Wolverines
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (12:53 PM CT, Mon October 3, 2016)
Poole will bring high IQ and good scoring abilities to UM.
Poole will bring high IQ and good scoring abilities to UM.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Ann Arbor, MI (Future150) -- Michigan has a solid 2017 class in tact right now with three commits. What will these three guys bring to the table? Do the Wolverines have a shot at landing any other prospects? 



Jordan Poole, 6'4" Shooting Guard, Milwaukee (WI): One thing Poole will probably have no problem doing at the next level is scoring the ball. He has the abilities to score from all three levels with ease, and has a tremendous feel for the game. With good size and strength, he has all the tools to be the next great scoring guard to come out of Ann Arbor. 

Eli Brooks, 6'1" Point Guard, Spring Grove (PA): One of the best and speediest point guards in the northeast, Brooks will bring great court vision and solid shooting abilities from beyond the arc to the Wolverines program. He has no issues knocking down a deep three straight away or driving the ball inside to score or kick out to the wing. He may not get as much attention right away like Poole, but he will be a great player nonetheless with his skills and IQ. 

Isaiah Livers, 6'8" Power Forward, Kalamazoo (MI): Livers had a big time showing this past summer on the Nike EYBL circuit showing off his elite rebounding, and versatility on offense. He will definitely have to focus on his strength, if he plans on banging down low with other frontcourts in the gritty Big-Ten conference. Michigan loves bringing in lower-ranked prospects and turning them into studs by the time they're done, and Livers could be another one of these guys. 



Michigan has offers still on the table for Kris WilkesNojel Eastern, and Mo Bamba. Unfortunately the Wolverines don't look like they'll be able to pull any of these three guys, but in the crazy world of college basketball recruiting you can never rule anything out (See Xavier Simpson recruitment from last year). The three guys that Michigan have now are more than enough for a solid recruitng class and all three should have a major impact at some point during their careers. 


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