Four-star PG Dug McDaniel becomes Michigan basketball's first 2022 commitment
Michigan basketball received some good news on Thursday night.
Point guard Dug McDaniel committed to the Wolverines, becoming the first member of U-M's 2022 recruiting class shortly after officially visiting Ann Arbor earlier this week.
McDaniel, who plays for St. Paul IV Catholic High School in Chantilly, Virginia, is ranked as a four-star prospect. According to the 247Sports Composite rankings, he is the No. 83 overall recruit and the No. 14 point guard.
McDaniel also held offers from Florida, LSU and Penn State, among others. He reported an offer from Michigan last summer on June 18.
The 5-foot-9, 155-pound guard also plays for Team Takeover on the AAU circuit — the same team that Hunter Dickinson and Terrance Williams played for.
Recruiting has begun to heat up for Michigan (and college basketball programs across the country) with the end of the dead period this month. The Wolverines have already hosted prospects like center Donovan Clingan, forward Ty Rodgers (Grand Blanc) and guard Seth Trimble for visits.
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