Michigan Basketball Recruiting: Zak Irvin Commits

Michigan added its third commit to the 2013 basketball recruiting class on Sunday. Zak Irvin, a small forward/shooting guard from Indiana, picked the Wolverines over Butler to join Austin Hatch and Mark Donnal as Michigan's 2013 commits.

Irvin is rated as a four-star recruit on Rivals and ESPN. Scout gives him three stars and ranks him as the 22nd best shooting guard in the nation. Rivals has him ranked 97th overall in the nation and ESPN has him even higher at No. 74 in the nation.

According to Rivals, Irvin's offer list includes Michigan, Butler, Illinois, Indiana, Miami (FL), Purdue and Xavier.

For more on Irvin, check out UM Hoops.

Michigan Basketball Recruiting Class Of 2013

  1. SF Austin Hatch (Fort Wayne, IN) - 6'6", 214 lbs., ***
  2. PF Mark Donnal (Whitehouse, OH) - 6'9", 200 lbs., ***
  3. SF Zak Irvin (Fishers, IN) - 6'6", 180 lbs., ****

(Height, weight and stars from Rivals.com)

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