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Michigan's 2013-14 group is not exactly littered with three-point shooters.
When the Michigan Wolverines' offense is firing on all cylinders, three-pointers are usually falling. In the four of the Maize and Blue's five NCAA tournament wins last season, they hit at least eight treys. Most of the perimeter points came from Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. The two combined for 23 threes during the Final Four run.
Sophomore guards Spike Albrecht and Nik Stauskas are the top returning perimeter threats. Both shot better than 44 percent from beyond the arc in 2012-13.
Beyond those two, though, there is no one opposing teams will dread seeing along the three-point line.
Incoming freshman Derrick Walton is a streaky jump shooter. He can knock down shots from all over the floor, but there will be plenty of hot and cold stretches. The same can be said about fellow newcomer Zak Irvin.
The majority of Irvin's shots should come from inside the arc as a frosh. In 21 games for Hamilton Southeastern High School as a senior, Irvin only shot better than 45 percent from distance four times. On nine occasions, less than 30 percent of the 5-star prospect's threes went down.
Hopefully, another three-point shooter will emerge. As of now, however, there are not a whole lot of perimeter threats on the Wolverines' 2013-14 roster.