Mitch Mcgary Decision

November 5, 2011 by staff 

Mitch Mcgary Decision, A week and a half ago, shortly after Mitch McGary listened carefully to the final notes of the head coaches of the three schools – Duke, Michigan and Florida – and pulled out a piece of paper and began to write down the pros and cons of each. These lists out yet.

It was not until McGary, who is ranked No. 2 in the ESPNU 100, began to think about the intangibles that focused on one clear winner: Michigan.

“Looks like I’ll be a glutton,” said McGary, an eave height of 6 feet and 10 at Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire) and a native of Chesterton, Indiana “was a difficult decision, obviously, but when I started to focus only what he was feeling, I went back to the fact that I felt like I could trust the Michigan coaches, more than any other staff.

“No disrespect to the Duke and Florida, but all the staff of Michigan found like my brothers, but coaches at the same time. I could tell them anything. That was key for me.”

McGary announced his decision live on ESPNU Thursday afternoon.

Ironically, what attracts most recruits Duke and Florida proved to be a critic of McGary.

“Both the Duke and Florida have established programs for years and have won titles recently,” said McGary. “I do not like everything I liked the idea to come and help turn around Michigan program. That’s more of a challenge for me. With much work, I make a huge footprint in the program. For in this now, I’m happy with my decision. ”

McGary emphasize the last two words.

He had heard what he called “rumors” about his AAU coach Wayne Brumm, he allegedly e-Michigan, a claim McGary said it was “ridiculous.”

“To be clear, Coach Brumm have no say in my decision,” McGary said. “The discussions were between me and my parents, but the decision was 100 percent of the mine. Coach Brumm has done much for me, but this was until I decide.

“With that said, I thank the other two schools recruiting me. I have great respect for coach Mike Krzyzewski and Coach Billy Donovan. They did a great job recruiting me, but I’m excited to be part of the family of Michigan . ”

Ann Arbor has felt at home McGary for some time, which makes sense considering all the connections you already have there.

“Zack Novak was my classmate in high school, so we’re tight,” said McGary. “Then you have players like Jordan Morgan and Tim Hardaway Jr., who have treated me like I was his teammate now. So, my teammate Max Bielfeldt AAU is a freshman there, too. I’ll be with my family. Also, I think we can be contenders for the national title in my first year with all the talent we have. I’m excited. ”

McGary joined the St. Mark’s School (Southborough, Massachusetts) to Nick Stauskas, who is ranked No. 83 in the ESPNU 100, and Lake Central (San Juan, Ind.) forward Glenn Robinson III, the No. 94, to form the Wolverines’ 2012 recruiting class to date.

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