Juwan Howard and the Michigan basketball program received a bit of good news on Monday evening, as 2020 four-star guard Moses Moody placed the Wolverines in his final three schools, along with Arkansas and Virginia.
The 6-foot-5, 185-pounder from Little Rock, Arkansas received his offer from Michigan on Aug. 13, and visited not long after on Sept. 27. He has visited Arkansas numerous times during his recruitment, as recent as Oct. 18. He has yet to visit Virginia.
At this point, it seems like it is really down to Michigan and Arkansas. Virginia is the latest team to extend an offer, so they may just be the flavor of the week. The Cavaliers already have two guards committed to their 2020 class, while Arkansas and Michigan have just one, so Moody would have an easier path to playing time on either Michigan or Arkansas.
Michigan is in a good spot here — we will just have to wait and see how this all plays out.
The Wolverines currently have two players committed to their 17th ranked 2020 class — five-star forward Isaiah Todd and four-star guard Zeb Jackson.
Check out some of Moody’s highlights below.