Breaking down Michigan basketball’s roster after offseason adjustments

The winds of change blew through the Michigan men’s basketball program this offseason.

From graduating players and early pro departures to transfers and portal additions, the Wolverines have seen it all over the past three months. That’s led to a revamped roster for the 2022-23 season, with Michigan welcoming as many new faces (seven) as returning ones (six).

Here’s a breakdown of the comings and goings of scholarship players since the end of the 2021-22 season:

who’s gone

Eli Brooks, G. The two-time captain and program’s all-time winningest player is starting his pro career after exhausting his eligibility. A steadying presence at the two the past three seasons, his value of him on both ends was easy to overlook but wo n’t be easy to replace in the backcourt.

Frankie Collins, G. The former top-50 recruit seemed to be in line to take over the reins of the offense in his second season. That all changed when the point guard opted to head to Arizona State after the Wolverines reeled in a veteran guard out of transfer portal.

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