From Rudy Tomjanovich to Chris Webber, Michigan’s most celebrated basketball players have usually done their damage in the low post. However, that abundance of interior talent means that too little credit is often given to the outstanding passers who have run the Wolverine offense over the years.
Since the 2011-12 season tipped off, a new contender has joined the ranks of Michigan’s ball-handling elite. Trey Burke, already as good of a freshman as has ever tossed up an alley-oop in Ann Arbor, has the potential to compete with the best of his predecessors if he stays for a full four years.
Read on for a closer look at Burke and the rest of the top dozen point guards ever to wear the Maize and Blue.