Michigan basketball currently has a four-man 2021 class that ranks 5th best in the country and the Wolverines aren’t done.
It is still unknown exactly how many guys Juwan Howard will take in this recruiting class. There could be as many as seven scholarships open for the 2021-22 season.
I’ve always believed it was going to be a six-man class and any extra spots would be filled by incoming transfers. With Michigan basketball still in the running for so many top recruits, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where this class ends with only five recruits.
In this article, I am going to rank Michigan’s chances with each of its remaining 2021 targets. Before I do, let’s recap how the class looks right now.
Frankie Collins- Point Guard
- 6’1 180
- 247Sports Composite: 57th overall, 9th ranked PG
Kobe Bufkin- Shooting Guard
- 6’4 175
- 247Sports Composite: 66th overall, 12th ranked SG
Isaiah Barnes- Small Forward
- 6’6 180
- 247Sports Composite: 114th overall, 20th ranked SF
Will Tschetter- Power Forward
- 6’8 225
- 247Sports Composite: 150th overall, 29th ranked PF
The 2021 Michigan basketball class is shaping up to be one of the best we have seen in recent memory. With two top-100 recruits already committed, Juwan Howard will be looking to land a few more big fish.
Let’s break down Michigan’s chances at landing their remaining top targets starting with five-star big man Efton Reid.