Michigan basketball recruiting: Zak Irvin, Mark Donnal sign letters of intent

Kevin C. Cox

Zak Irvin and Mark Donnal have signed letters of intent to play with the University of Michigan as part of their 2013 recruiting class.

The University of Michigan officially landed two prospects for their 2013 recruiting class on Wednesday, according to Nick Baumgardner of MLive.com. Those two players are four-star prospects Zak Irvin (Fishers, Ind.) and Mark Donnal (Whitehouse, Ohio). Both players signed national letters of intent to play at Michigan on Wednesday.

That was the first day of college basketball's early signing period, so the Wolverines are off to a good start. According to the report, four-star point guard Derrick Walton (Chandler Park Academy in Harper Woods, Mich.) is also expected to sign a letter of intent on Friday.

They committed to the Wolverines some time ago, but they weren't allowed to make things official until Wednesday. In the piece, there's some quotes from Irvin in which he notes how relieved he is to actually have things official, finally. He does go on to say that the whole process was smooth and he never got the feeling that he was in danger of not coming to Michigan, just that the whole process being officially done is a relief.

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