Michigan basketball targeting Wofford transfer
Michigan basketball was active in the transfer portal last season, getting Joey Baker from Duke and Jaelin Llewellyn from Princeton.
It appears the Wolverines may be active again this offseason. The maize and blue may need to be if they lose anyone to the portal or if Michigan loses any of the trio of Hunter Dickinson, Kobe Bufkin or Jett Howard to the NBA draft.
According to Joe Tipton of On3, Michigan has contacted Wofford transfer B.J. Mack who entered the portal last week. Mack has played the past three seasons for the Terriers. He originally committed to USF where he played for one season. He is listed as 6 feet, 8 inches and 261 pounds.
Michigan has contacted Wofford transfer BJ Mack, he tells @On3sports.
Averaged 16.6 PTS, 5.6 REB, and 1.4 AST this season.https://t.co/DJrmvaGPaw
— Joe Tipton (@TiptonEdits) March 14, 2023
Mack shot nearly 50% from the field and 33% from 3 last past season. If Michigan brought Mack in, he has shown to be a better 3 point shooter than his 33%. Two seasons ago, he shot nearly 45% from 3, which would provide a stretch four for the Wolverines.
According to the On3 transfer rankings, Mack is the No. 19 transfer available and is a four-star transfer.
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