Michigan’s Class of 2016: What Their College Coaches Are Saying

“What I’ve enjoyed about Cassius as much as anything is his ability to distribute the ball. I think he has as good court vision as anyone who has played at Michigan State. He sees things ahead of time” — MSU coach Tom Izzo on Cassius Winston

“We got our point guard of the future; he’s really good. He’s unbelievably fast, which for the ‘blacktop’ is going to be great.” — Oakland coach Greg Kampe on Brailen Neely

“He is a natural scorer with deep range and the ability to score in bunches. His best days are ahead of him as he continues to mature physically. He has a high basketball IQ and a very strong work ethic.” –George Mason Coach Dave Paulsen on Karmari Newman

“He plays the game with emotion and is highly-regarded as one of the best shooters in the state. We are excited to get another player from the successful Arthur Hill program.” — Ferris State coach Andy Bronkema on Billy Burton

“He’s going to be a very versatile player for us, as he brings in great size at the guard position. His upside has him just scratching the surface of the type of player he can be.” –Wisconsin-Green Bay coach Linc Darner on Kameron Hankerson

“Chris is an athletic, creating point guard that makes those around him better.  He has a great knack for getting into the paint and setting up his teammates. ” — IPFW coach Jon Coffman on Chris Rollins

“Dylan is a great fit because of his combination of skill and versatility.  He can stretch defenses with his range, score in the post and passes at an extremely high level.” — IPFW coach Jon Coffman on Dylan Carl

Spencer Littleson is an outstanding shooter who will help us fill the Micah Mason role.” — Duquesne coach Jim Ferry

“I think when you recruit size at any level you’re looking at and projecting how good they can be down the road. And anything they can give you in year one is a bonus.” — CMU coach Keno Davis on Innocent Nwoko

“He finishes well around the rim, rebounds well and has excellent passing skills. He has exceptional length and has really put in the work to improve his strength and physical conditioning. We love his great attitude and passion for the game.” U-M coach John Beilein on Austin Davis

“He is very skilled and athletic for his size and fits in nice for the type of forward we like to have here.” — Kent State coach Rob Senderhoff on Danny Pippen

“Jason is a prolific scorer and a hard-nosed competitor.” — East Tennessee State coach Steve Forbes on Jason Williams

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