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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Bigs-Will Tschetter, (Vlad Goldin), Danny Wolf, Sam Walters

Once Goldin commits to Michigan, he'll get penciled in as the starting center immediately. Tschetter is better off coming in off the bench. Wolf and Walters should follow suit. This is where they could use a five star freshman starter or transfer who can score at will. If they can't reel in a big fish then, acquiring Goldin becomes even more important to lead the way.

All four student athletes have been to the postseason with Walters and Goldin appearing in the final four. With the commitments of Walters and Wolf, it's already better depth and more size than Juwan Howard had all last year. Tschetter clearly played out of position at 6'7''.

Social media personalities are raving about Walters as a shooter in his limited time on the court. As for Wolf, he's not your typical post big. He can shoot beyond the basket too. Goldin has until June to decide whether or not he will stay in the draft or choose Michigan to finish up his college days, but Chris Balas say otherwise, so it could be a waiting game with him. He's not currently listed in many of the mocks, which is a great sign for the maize and blue.