Early departures from the Michigan basketball program have made way for a talented group of incoming freshmen, which will change almost everything about the Wolverines' approach to the 2013-14 season.
A bigger starting five may be just around the corner. Several other players will need to produce at the offensive end to account for the losses of All-American Trey Burke and first-team All-Big Ten guard Tim Hardaway Jr. This is nothing out of the ordinary for a college basketball team, though.
Rosters seldom remain completely the same for two straight seasons, so teams are constantly affected by change. Michigan is no different from any other program in this regard. Change is coming, and the Maize and Blue faithful should keep an eye out for these five effects in particular.