Class of 2020 five-star guard Josh Christopher has been a prospect trending the way of the Michigan Wolverines for what seems like a few weeks now. On Friday, he took to social media to tease that his long-awaited decision date could be coming shortly.
Christopher confirmed his final four schools in a tweet teasing a decision date with Missouri, Arizona State, UCLA and the Wolverines.
Alright where we going....? Date soon. pic.twitter.com/GdK3PFCO3X— Josh(ua) Christopher (@Jaygup23) February 21, 2020
Reports from earlier this week suggested that Christopher’s decision is expected anytime now. The crystal ball selections from recruiting insiders on 247Sports are currently reading 100 percent to Michigan.
The scouting report on Christopher’s 247Sports profile reads as follows:
“Excellent strength and good length for a shooting guard. Functional athleticism. Makes plays in traffic. Has great body control and ability to make tough shots and shots off one foot. Solid ball handler. More scorer than passer but can distribute. Rebounds position. Has potential to be an outstanding, versatile defender. Has a high floor as a prospect.”
Christopher ranks as the nation’s third-best shooting guard and 10th overall prospect, per the 247Sports composite rankings. A commitment to Michigan would give them their highest-ranked recruit of the 2020 class, surpassing five-star forward Isaiah Todd, who is in the No. 13 slot nationally.
The Wolverines have five commitments currently in the 2020 recruiting class in five-star forward Isaiah Todd, four-star center Hunter Dickinson, four-star guard Zeb Jackson, four-star forward Terrance Williams and three-star forward Jace Howard.