Class of 2018 four-star talks Michigan offer

Class of 2018 guard Robby Carmody is one of the toughest kids in the country. On Tuesday the Pittsburgh native added a big offer.

During the month of July running with Ohio Basketball Club, Robby Carmody was extremely impressive. Carmody showed an improved shooting stroke to complement his good athleticism and significant ability to get to the rim.

Schools such as Pittsburgh, Penn State, Purdue, Notre Dame, and West Virginia had already offered Carmody coming into the month of July. One school that Carmody had visited, but hadn't offered was Michigan. The Wolverines and Head Coach John Beilein said they wanted to see him in person again before offering, and that offer came on Tuesday.

"It was an amazing feeling to get the offer," said Carmody. "I love the school and all of the coaches. Also it is a fantastic academic school and their organization is amazing."

One thing that drew Beilein to Carmody was his style of play. Beilein feels that Carmody would fit in well in his offense, and Carmody agrees.

"I love their style of play," he explained. "I think it fits my playing style well. Coach Beilein said that I'd fit in as a ball handling two guard that comes off of a lot of screens and has the freedom to make plays."

For now Carmody appears to be in absolutely no hurry to make a college decision. With a ton of options, Carmody wants to continue to gain information about all of the schools recruiting him, and continue to make visits.

Currently Carmoday is viewed as the No. 62 player in the class of 2018.

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