Michigan's Recruiting Philosophy, and a Fun Mitch McGary Anecdote

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Michigan's Recruiting Philosophy, and a Fun Mitch McGary Anecdote
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One example? Delaware head coach Monte Ross was looking for a shooter at a tournament. As he was walking past a court to a different gym, he saw a kid hit a three. By the time they reached the end of the court, the kid had hit another three. He ended up going for 40 points in the game. Delaware ended up offering him and signing him. His name was Kyle Anderson, and while he didn't have a profile on Rivals or ESPN, he started 30 games and averaged 8.9 points as a freshman.

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