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Caleb Love resigns from the Michigan men’s basketball team

After three seasons at North Carolina, guard Caleb Love had pledged to transfer, but on Wednesday, according to Joe Tipton of On3.com, he decommitted. Love was listed by 247 Sports as the 16th-best transfer available this offseason.

For the Tar Heel’s past season, Love averaged 35.7 minutes per game, 16.7 points, 2.8 assists, and 3.7 rebounds. Averaging 18.8 points over six games, he was a key player in North Carolina’s 2022 run to the NCAA tournament championship game. Love averaged 15.1 shots per game last season, but while taking 7.4 shots from beyond the arc per game, he only shot 37.8% overall and just 29.9% on 3-pointers. This is because he is a high-volume scorer who frequently needs the ball.

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Nimari Burnett, a transfer from Alabama, and guard George Washington III, the Wolverines’ lone remaining commitment from the class of 2023, are both expected to join the team. Washington III was the Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year the previous campaign.  Llewellyn isn’t fully recovered yet, though, an article on USA Today reported.

Caleb is a skilled and dynamic guard who has made his mark in the world of basketball. With his exceptional ball handling, sharp shooting, and strong court vision, he has proven to be a valuable asset to his team. Known for his relentless work ethic and competitive spirit, Caleb consistently gives his all on the court.

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His ability to lead the offense and make clutch plays in crucial moments has earned him recognition and respect from both teammates and opponents. Caleb’s passion for the game and his commitment to continuous improvement make him a formidable force on the basketball court.

Caleb’s Journey: From Tar Heel to Wolverine – A New Chapter Begins

After Llewellyn’s injury, McDaniel—a true freshman last year—became the starter. His shooting improved after a sluggish start to the season; over the Wolverines’ final eight games, he averaged 13.8 points, 3.5 assists, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.3 steals while shooting 43.3% from outside.

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