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Michigan SF Zak Irvin to play in Portsmouth Invitational

Michigan basketball’s two-time Most Valuable Player will play in an NBA Draft showcase from April 12-15th.

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Michigan small forward Zak Irvin will play in the Portsmouth Invitational, an NBA Draft showcase, in Virginia from April 12-15.

Irvin will play with Bronson Koenig from Wisconsin and Kris Jenkins from Villanova. He is the first player from Michigan invited to the showcase since DeShawn Sims in 2010.

Along with Irvin, the event will include Bryce Alford (UCLA), Kadeem Allen (Arizona), Jamel Artis (Pittsburgh), Canyon Barry (Florida), Jabari Bird (California), Amida Brimah (UConn), Sterling Brown (SMU), Jared Brownridge (Santa Clara), Deonte Burton (Iowa State), Troy Caupain (Cincinnati), Tyler Cavanaugh (George Washington), T.J. Cline (Richmond), Charles Cooke III (Dayton), Damyean Dotson (Houston), Milton Doyle (Loyola-Chicago), Luke Fischer (Marquette), J.J. Frazier (Georgia), Jack Gibbs (Davidson), Torian Graham (Arizona State), Jimmy Hall (Kent State), Isaac Hamilton (UCLA), Josh Hawkinson (Washington State), Malcolm Hill (Illinois), Amile Jefferson (Duke), Kris Jenkins (Villanova), Isaiah Johnson (Akron), Matt Jones (Duke), Tim Kempton (Lehigh), Bronson Koenig (Wisconsin), Zach LeDay (Virginia Tech), Paris Lee (Illinois State), Marc Loving (Ohio State), Marcus Marshall (Nevada), Mangok Mathiang (Louisville), Erik McCree (Louisiana Tech), Naz Mitrou-Long (Iowa State), Ben Moore (SMU), Dallas Moore (North Florida), Jalen Moore (Utah State), Obinna Oleka (Arizona State), Emmanuel Omogbo (Colorado State), London Perrantes (Virginia), Rodney Pryor (Georgetown), Davon Reed (Miami), Justin Robinson (Monmouth), DeWayne Russell (Grand Canyon), Sebastian Saiz (Mississippi), Jeremy Senglin (Weber State), Scoochie Smith (Dayton), Steve Taylor Jr. (Toledo), Rashan Thomas (Texas A&M-CC), Justin Tuoyo (Tennessee-Chattanoonga), Reggie Upshaw Jr. (Middle Tennessee State), Jordan Washington (Iona), Tai Webster (Nebraska), Andrew White III (Syracuse), Derrick White (Colorado), Jacob Wiley (Eastern Washington), JaCorey Williams (Middle Tennessee State), T.J. Williams (Northwestern), Tim Williams (New Mexico), and Derek Willis (Kentucky).

Only a few players from Portsmouth are drafted each year.