Michigan B-Ball Camp: Underclassman Report

The Michigan Insider breakdown top underclassman from Michigan's one day basketball camp today.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan played host to its annual one day basketball camp today at the Crisler Center. The camp was split into two sessions, a morning group for freshman and sophomores and an evening session for juniors and seniors.

Below is a report on some of the notable underclassman from today’s camp.

2019 PG — Jeremiah Francis: At 6-foot, 175-pounds, Francis is a do it all point guard out of Columbus, Ohio. He’a physically strong already for his age. He can finish and has natural court awareness as a floor leader.

2019 SF — Sean Cobb: Athletic wing, who can finish with both hands. He can defend and can get above the rim too. Should be a big time prospect when it’s all said and done. Will continue to grow and get better. Stands at 6-foot 3 right now.

2018 F — Luke Hyde: A tough minded player who plays at both ends of the court. He’s not afraid to get a rebound. Has the ability to finish.

2018 G — Arashma Parks: An athletic guard out of New York, N.Y., who might end up a wing when all said and done. Stands at 6-foot-7, and his length is an asset on the court. He can finish at the rim. Will need to add weight to his frame. He can rebound too.

2019 G — Zach Winston: The younger brother of 2016 PG Cassius Winston, Zach is a sweet shooting lefty. He has a strong build, and used his size to finish at the lane. Depending on how big he gets, he could be a SG or SF. He stands at 6-foot right now.

2018 C — Shayne Scrubbs: Standing at 6-foot-6, Scrubbs is a nice body on the block. He can rebound and defend. He’s athletic and can finish at the basket.

2019 SF — Pete Nance: The son of Larry Nance, Pete is an athletic wing who can stroke it from the outside. They had him playing down low, but his long term growth is better suited on the outside. He can shoot and defend. He’s one to watch moving forward.

2019 PG — Terry Armstrong: Already 6-foot-3, a tall athletic point guard who can finish at the rim. Still growing, should get stronger and better as he matures.

2019 F — Caleb Hodgen: An athletic big out of Dansville (Mich.), already has low post moves and the ability to finish. Will need to get stronger and more weight to his 6-foot-5 frame.

2018 PG — Cody Blankenberg: A male quick athletic point guard who can handle. He doesn’t have ideal size at 5-foot-8, but makes up for it with his shooting ability and point guard skills.

2018 PG — Brandon Wade: An athletic point guard at 6-foot, 170-pounds, who can finish at the rim and distribute the ball to his teammates. Has a nice outside shot. Will continue to get stronger.

2019 G — Ryan Wade: He can really fill it up from the outside. One of the shots at the camp. Will need to get stronger, only 5-foot-10, but again he’s only headed into his freshman year of high school.

2018 G — Jack Ammerman: Great shooter, plays tough and know the game. Don’t leave him open, or he’ll hit the open three.

2018 G — Austin Boucher: Athletic two guard who can finish at the rim. He runs really well, and displayed nice court vision. He can shoo it too.

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