LATEST NEWS : 4 key transfers who could land with Michigan soon

Dusty May has been busy selling the Michigan basketball brand to a who’s who of portal players since taking over for Juwan Howard.
Davis Moseley of has been busy lately monitoring Michigan’s basketball coaching change. He’s been naming a long list of names who could make May’s first team next winter. The names are undoubtedly exciting and intriguing at the same time. Cade Tyson is the leading Belmont scorer among the names he has investigated, but he is not the highest-ranked transfer option.

According to Moseley, four of the hottest names might (and I can’t stress this enough) be starters or reserves if they transfer to Ann Arbor in the near future. He also discusses Liam McNeeley, possibly a Kansas commit, who is the best uncommitted prospect in the country and may be contemplating May and Michigan basketball right now.
1. Dante Maddox Jr.—Guard Toledo

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Maddox is down to eight schools, one of which is only an hour away from Toledo. The Rockets guard has hit more than 40% from three in three of his four years of college. In his last six Rockets games, Maddox Jr. scored in

Double digits. In fact, he only scored in the single digits five times between 2023-24. He shot 50% from the field in November’s loss to Mountain West tournament champion New Mexico.

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Maddox is a graduate transfer, which bodes well for his chances of getting into university, assuming he decides to do so. Maddox previously transferred from Cal State Fullerton and scored two points in the NIT defeat to Michigan basketball past March. Maddox believes he might be an effective reserve for May and the Wolverines.

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