Highlights from Last Night’s Concordia Exhibition Win

Highlights from last night’s 117-44 exhibition win over Concordia:

Glenn Robinson III led the way with 33 points while Nik Stauskas poured in 23. Caris LeVert had 10 assists, Derrick Walton & Spike Albrecht each had 4 apiece. Jon Horford had 12 rebounds and Jordan Morgan had 7.

Tweet from Concordia Assistant Head Coach Nick Sherwood:

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Glenn Robinson III & Nik Stauskas Are Ready

According to Brandon F. Quinn, MLive.com, Michigan Assistant Jeff Meyer said in an interview with Michigan Insider last week that Glenn Robinson III’s vertical leap now exceeds twelve feet, three inches. Basically as high as they can even measure at this time:

“We’ve not had anybody inside our program get all 12 feet, 3 inches — that was until Glenn Robinson.”

Meanwhile North Pole Hoops, via Rob Dauster, has this photographic evidence that Stauskas has put on sixteen pounds of muscle for the upcoming season:

Nik Stauskas

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Ford says Michigan may have most talent in the country

In an ESPN discussion with Jay Bilas, Chad Ford had the following under the question: Which team is the nation’s most talented?

Trey Burke - Kingsrow

“But the team that may have the most talent in the country, in my book, is Michigan. The Wolverines currently have five players ranked in our Top 100. Kentucky is the only other team to have as many Top 100 players.

Right now, point guard Trey Burke is the only Michigan player ranked in our top 30, but Glenn Robinson III and Tim Hardaway Jr. both have the ability to crack the first round of the NBA draft. Freshmen Mitch McGary and Nik Stauskas are further down the list, but both have a real shot at getting drafted down the road.

That’s in part why I believe Michigan is a Final Four team and may give Indiana a run for the No. 1 spot by the end of the season.”

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