Michigan Basketball: Top Storylines from Wolverines' 2015 Recruiting Trail

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Michigan Basketball: Top Storylines from Wolverines' 2015 Recruiting Trail
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Michigan basketball is at the national level because of John Beilein's coaching and player development.

John Beilein's success on the recruiting trail is evident each time Michigan takes the court. 

So too is his success when it comes to developing prospects. Thanks to his track record, he's now talked about as one of the best coaches in the game. 

Give him a player with potential, and let nature take its course. 

Trey Burke and Nik Stauskas weren't blue-chippers, but they turned into legitimate stars under Beilein. Now with the Utah Jazz, Burke secured his spot among top NBA rookies by averaging 12.8 points and 5.7 assists per game in 2013-14.  Stauskas, who fully bloomed as a sophomore, is projected as an early first-round pick and stands to benefit any team that's looking for a sharpshooter who's prone to gaudy outbursts. 

As of late May, the Wolverines didn't have any commits to their 2015 class, but they remain in the hunt for Burke and Stauskas 2.0. Per VerbalCommits and 247Sports, Beilein has extended six offers (VC lists seven, but one is a duplicate player). 

This slideshow will cover the top storylines as Beilein looks to secure another well-rounded group capable of charging toward the Final Four. Unless otherwise noted, prospect information comes via 247Sports. 

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