Michigan basketball receives commitment from 2022 four-star forward

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Let’s be real: we all saw this one coming.

A few weeks ago, 2022 Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy four-star small forward Jett Howard announced that he was narrowing in on his college basketball decision. While he had offers from LSU, Florida, Georgetown and others, it absolutely had to be Michigan basketball. Why? Because he’s the son of head coach Juwan Howard.

On Wednesday, the younger brother of current Michigan basketball player Jace Howard made it unofficially official, with word that he will follow in both his father and his brother’s footsteps by donning the maize and blue, having committed to the Wolverines.

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Howard is rated the No. 37 player in the country according to the 247Sports Composite. He’s the No. 11 small forward and the No. 12 player in the state of Florida. He’s Michigan basketball’s fourth commitment of the 2022 class, joining Dug McDaniel, Tarris Reed, and Gregg Glenn in the class.

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