Michigan Basketball: Strengths and Weaknesses of U-M's 2013 Recruiting Class

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Michigan Basketball: Strengths and Weaknesses of U-M's 2013 Recruiting Class
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Head coach John Beilein has plenty of reasons to be excited about Michigan's 2013 recruiting class.

Michigan basketball is once again at the forefront of the national stage, and its 2013 recruiting haul will help the Wolverines continue to contend for Big Ten Conference titles and Final Fours.

Head coach John Beilein managed to assemble the No. 12-ranked class in the country, despite the fact Michigan will only be adding three newcomers to the roster for the 2013-14 campaign.

Each prospect will bring something unique to the Wolverines next season, but what exactly are the strengths and weaknesses of the class as a whole? Click ahead to find out!

 

Note: All player and team rankings are courtesy of ESPN.com.

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