On Wednesday, Patt Lawless of MADEHoops reported that Wright State graduate transfer Mark Alstork has been contacted by Michigan, Baylor, Oklahoma State, Iowa State, UNLV, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, South Florida, Tennessee, Nevada, Pittsburgh, Texas Tech, Southern Utah, and Iona.
The 6-foot-5, 190-pound guard made the First Team All-Horizon League last season, averaging 19.0 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game.
Michigan has one open scholarship for next season, but the team is waiting on a commitment from 2017 5-star power forward Mohamed Bamba from New York (NY) Westtown School. Michigan could have another scholarship become available if Moritz Wagner or D.J. Wilson leave school early to enter the 2017 NBA Draft.
In the 2014 offseason, Alstork transferred from Ball State to Wright State, which is where current Michigan assistant coach Billy Donlon was the head coach from 2010-2016. With Alstork back on the market, he could join forces with Donlon once again.
Alstork averaged 23.0 points per game in the final nine games of the season for Wright State.