The Michigan Wolverines were looking like they were going to depend on sophomore Zeb Jackson and true freshman Frankie Collins at the point guard position for the upcoming season. That changed quite suddenly when Michigan swayed the services of the Sun Belt Player of the Year DeVante’ Jones to transfer to Ann Arbor.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound guard adds immediately star ability and experience to the point guard position, as well as a huge scoring threat and defensive boost. At more than 19 points per game, he shot that at a clip of over 48% from within the arc and 37% outside of it. While it’s unlikely he can replicate that against the best the Big Ten has to offer, it’s some eyebrow-raising numbers at the very least. Add in 2.8 steals per game from 2020, the third-best in the country, and you have a player who can do a whole lot for you on both sides.
Check out my video, where I go through his highlights, stats, why he chose Michigan and the updated depth chart. As always, like and subscribe for all future content on the Maize n Brew YouTube channel. It really helps grow the channel and show me what kind of videos you guys like to see.
- 00:00 - Intro
- 00:46 - Film Analysis
- 05:01 - Why Michigan?
- 06:06 - Stats
- 07:28 - Depth Chart