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Michigan basketball among schools in contention for No. 1 recruit in 2025

Michigan basketball is among 14 schools to offer the No. 1 recruit in the 2025 recruiting class.



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Michigan basketball is in the middle of a tough offseason after missing the NCAA tournament and losing star center Hunter Dickinson to the transfer portal. Still, Juwan Howard is very active in the recruiting game and is looking to right the ship for the Wolverines. In addition to bringing in transfer additions to help in the upcoming season, Michigan basketball is looking ahead to 2025 to land one of the top targets in the nation.

Michigan basketball among schools to offer highly ranked Boozer twins

Cameron and Cayden Boozer are two of the highest-ranked recruits in the 2025 basketball recruiting class. The twins currently play for Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, FL. Both recruits currently hold a five-star composite ranking on 247 Sports.

Cameron Boozer stands at six-foot-nine and is currently the consensus No. 1 player in the nation. Cameron plays power forward while Cayden plays point guard with his shorter frame at six-foot-three. Michigan basketball recruiting is among 14 schools that have offered scholarships to both Cameron and Cayden Boozer.

Landing a five-star recruit could transform the Wolverines

Michigan basketball finished 2022 on a low note, missing the NCAA tournament and getting eliminated in the second round of the NIT. This was Juwan Howard’s first time missing the NCAA tournament since taking over as head coach, and Michigan’s first time missing the tournament since 2015.

However, landing a five-star recruit could transform Michigan basketball and turn the program around. The Wolverines will continue their recruiting efforts toward the Boozer twins to hopefully make a splash in the 2025 recruiting class.

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Augie Pasche is a staff writer who is currently enrolled at the University of Michigan College of Engineering. He covers football, basketball, wrestling and baseball for the Wolverines.