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Michigan reportedly offers Pitt transfer Cameron Johnson

Cameron Johnson will have two years of eligibility remaining and is available to play immediately after graduating from Pitt in three years.

UPDATE: Contrary to a previous report, Cameron Johnson has not been offered a scholarship according to MLive's Brendan F. Quinn.

It appears that Michigan could be sending feelers out to a potential ACC transfer to fill its last open scholarship spot.

According to national basketball recruiting analyst Corey Evans, the Wolverines have thrown their hat into the ring and offered 6'8 shooting guard and Pitt transfer Cameron Johnson a scholarship.

Johnson, a redshirt sophomore, will graduate from Pitt in three years and be eligible to play immediately after receiving a medical redshirt during the 2014-2015 season. He averaged 11.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists a game last season and shot around 45% from the three-point line. The Panthers failed to qualify for the NCAA Tournament after finishing the season 16-17 overall and winning only four conference games.

Johnson will have two years of eligibility remaining.

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