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Three-star shooting guard Adrien Nunez adds to Michigan’s 2018 class

Nunez committed to Michigan Monday evening to join the 2018 class.

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Shortly after the de-commitment of three-star forward Taylor Currie this past Friday, Michigan gained a new member to the 2018 recruitment class.

Three-star shooting guard Adrien Nunez committed to Michigan Monday evening.

He joins David DeJulius, Brandon Johns and Ignas Brazdeikis in the 2018 recruitment class. While Johns and Brazdeikis both play the four position, DeJulius plays point in the back-court like Nunez, listed as a point guard.

Nunez had offers from Penn State, Boston College, and Bowling Green among other schools. He visited with the Wolverines on Sept. 29.

The 6-foot-5, 175-pound guard is ranked 62nd in the nation at the shooting guard position and the second-best overall recruit in New York on the 247Sports Composite.

With the addition of Nunez to the 2018 class, John Beilein has filled up his his spots for prospects in the class. However, Moritz Wagner could try the NBA Draft again after the 2017-18 season, opening up one more slot for 2018.

Another recruitment note

Four-star 2018 power forward Colin Castleton is also expected to announce his final decision (between U-M and Illinois) sometime this week, although there isn’t an official time.

He also visited the Wolverines this past weekend and Wagner was his host on the visit.

According to 247Sports, he is leaning 89 percent towards Michigan. The Daytona Beach native is the 13th ranked player in Florida and is No. 116 nationally.

The 6-foot-10, 215-pound is a former Purdue commit that also had offers from Florida, Florida State, Xavier, Clemson and many more before electing to pick between the Wolverines and Illini.