Scout national basketball recruiting analyst Brian Snow breaks down 2016 Michigan signee and center Austin Davis.

Scout national basketball recruiting analyst Brian Snow breaks down 2016 Michigan signee and center Austin Davis.

When Austin Davis popped for Michigan in April, the commitment added to an already sizable 2016 class to go with Ohio center Jon Teske.

The Onsted (Mich.) Community center signed his national letter of intent recently, making his future with the Wolverines officially official and in Davis Michigan gets a 6-foot-10, 245-pound big man that can fill a specific role for John Beilein.

Recently joining The Michigan Insider on Sports Talk 1050AM WTKA, Scout National Basketball Recruiting Analyst Brian Snow discussed what exactly Davis brings to the table in this four man 2016 class for the Wolverines:

"This is just a massive human being," Snow said. "He's a big dude, and he's not unskilled either that's the thing. He can score around the basket with either hand.

"Now, he's not quick and doesn't have refined post moves yet but he's big and he's got good hands. Then he's got a little skill to him as well. He will rebound more in his area than out of his area but he will grab some rebounds.

"He was a guy Beilein saw and offered right after seeing him in April. He's a big kid with good hands and he felt he wanted one more big, knew the kid would come to Michigan. I think that's what he saw and said I can develop this kid."


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