Projecting Michigan Basketball's rotation and what's next

The commitments keep coming like bees swarming for their honey as Dusty May overhauls the current Michigan basketball roster.
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Dusty May has been very busy over the weekend. The Michigan basketball head coach landed five transfers and two commitments. One from an NBA legend's son and the other being an FAU decommit. He's building his image with quality depth, especially at the guard spot. He's still missing a superstar but is in the mix with a handful of them. The following is what we know so far when it comes to next winter's depth chart for Michigan basketball and what's next to come.

Guards-Tre Donaldson, Durral Brooks, Roddy Gayle Jr., Rubin Jones, George Washington, Justin Pippen, Lorenzo Cason

Tre Donaldson and Roddy Gayle Jr. seem to be the heir apparent starters at both guard positions. Rubin Jones can fill a hole in a pinch if they don't add anyone else. Gayle improved drastically in year two at Ohio State and will be the villain like Hunter Dickinson was. Jones caught May's eye in the two games he played against his new coach and was officially announced by the team's social media account on Monday, Gayle and Donaldson on Tuesday with more to follow.

May is loading up on guards because he knows how important they are when March rolls around. Donaldson, Gayle and Washington, to an extent, have played at the highest level of college which will help with the transition period for all involved.

Cason has some serious game in some of his highlight reels. Brooks was Mr. Basketball in the state and we'll see if May can make Washington better than he was a season ago. Pippen can bring NBA royalty to Crisler over the next 3 or 4 years if he sticks with the Wolverines.