Posted On: 12/16/20 9:18 AM

We’ve all heard ’The Twelve Days of Christmas" . Here is Part 2 of the "12 Days of Basketball". Let’s see what Michigan gave to us on each the days. 

12 Days Of Basketball – Part 1

On the 8th day of basketball, Michigan gave to us:  8 highlight reel players

Thomas KurowskiThomasKurowski6'4" | SFSturgis | 2021StateMI (SF, Sturgis) He’s un underrated athlete that can finish with force above the rim.

Dante ForemanDanteForeman6'5" | SFWayne Memorial | 2021StateMI (SF, Wayne Memorial) Foreman is an explosive player that likes to send a message with his finish.

Emoni BatesEmoniBates6'8" | SFYpsi Prep | 2022State#1NationMI (SF, Ypsi Prep) Bates is a living and breathing film session.

Orlando LovejoyOrlandoLovejoyPGSummit Academy | 2022StateMI (PG, Summit Academy) Lovejoy can make you hit rewind when he handles the rock.

Treyvon LewisTreyvonLewis6'5" | SFFerndale | 2022StateMI (SF, Ferndale) Lewis can absolutely explode off the wing.

Malik OlafioyeMalikOlafioye6'2" | PGEcorse | 2023State#59NationMI (PG, Ecorse) He’s one of the most dynamic guards in the country, if you ask me.

Jordan BriggsJordanBriggs5'10" | PGMuskegon | 2023StateMI (PG, Muskegon) I could watch Briggs wiggle through the lane all day.

Kentrell PullianKentrellPullian6'0" | CGBenton Harbor | 2021StateMI (CG, Benton Harbor) Pullian is a playmaker when the ball is in his hands.

On the 9th day of basketball, Michigan gave to us:  9 coaches dreams

Thomas KurowskiThomasKurowski6'4" | SFSturgis | 2021StateMI (SF, Sturgis) He’s un underrated athlete that can finish with force above the rim. Dante ForemanDanteForeman6'5" | SFWayne Memorial | 2021StateMI (SF, Wayne Memorial) Foreman is an explosive player that likes to send a message with his finish. Emoni BatesEmoniBates6'8" | SFYpsi Prep | 2022State#1NationMI (SF, Ypsi Prep) Bates is a living and breathing film session. Orlando LovejoyOrlandoLovejoyPGSummit Academy | 2022StateMI (PG, Summit Academy) Lovejoy can make you hit rewind when he handles the rock. Treyvon LewisTreyvonLewis6'5" | SFFerndale | 2022StateMI (SF, Ferndale) Lewis can absolutely explode off the wing. Malik OlafioyeMalikOlafioye6'2" | PGEcorse | 2023State#59NationMI (PG, Ecorse) He’s one of the most dynamic guards in the country, if you ask me. Jordan BriggsJordanBriggs5'10" | PGMuskegon | 2023StateMI (PG, Muskegon) I could watch Briggs wiggle through the lane all day. Kentrell PullianKentrellPullian6'0" | CGBenton Harbor | 2021StateMI (CG, Benton Harbor) Pullian is a playmaker when the ball is in his hands. On the 9th day of basketball, Michigan gave to us:  9 coaches dreams Jesse Carpenter Jr.JesseCarpenter Jr.6'6" | SFFlint Powers | 2021StateMI (SF, Flint Powers) Coaches love the effort and determination. Kendall SmithKendallSmith6'8" | SFMuskegon Reeths-Puffer | 2021StateMI (SF, Muskegon Reeths-Puffer) Smith has put in the work, and coaches love that about him. Kyler VanderjagtKylerVanderjagt6'3" | SFNorthview | 2022StateMI (SG, Northview) His love for the game and respect for coaches and opponents is transparent. Jack KarasinskiJackKarasinski6'5" | SFGrand Rapids Catholic Central | 2022StateMI (SF, Grand Rapids Catholic Central) Karasinski is a low maintenance star that wants to do it the right way. Julian RoperJulianRoper6'4" | PGSt. Mary's Prep | 2021State#137NationMI (PG, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s) I constantly hear rave reviews about the kind of teammate that he is.  Foster WondersFosterWonders6'5" | SFIron Mountain | 2021StateMI (SF, Iron Mountain) Wonders is a gritty warrior on the court, and every coach wants that type of player. Julian LewisJulianLewis6'5" | SGAnn Arbor Huron | 2021StateMI (SG, Ann Arbor Huron) I can’t say enough about Julian LewisJulianLewis6'5" | SGAnn Arbor Huron | 2021StateMI. He’s the definition of a team player. Brady TitusBradyTitus5'10" | PGTri-Unity Christian | 2022StateMI (PG, Tri-Unity Christian) He’s just an excellent young man with a bright future on and off the court. Triston NicholsTristonNichols6'2" | SFDe La Salle | 2023StateMI (SF, Warren De La Salle) The way that he battled during grassroots season, every coach would want him in their lineup. On the 10th day of basketball, Michigan gave to us:  10 elite scorers Mak MancielMakManciel6'3" | CGSterling Heights Stevenson | 2021StateMI (SG, Sterling Heights Stevenson) Manciel just finds ways to get buckets. Jackson BarathJacksonBarath6'4" | CGMonroe Jefferson | 2021StateMI (CG, Monroe Jefferson) Barath is the best pure shooter and scorer that his school has ever seen. Derrick VoltzDerrickVoltz6'4" | CGCarrollton | 2022StateMI (CG, Carrollton) He’s a dynamic athlete that can score from anywhere. Blake LundBlakeLund6'1" | CGLinden | 2021StateMI (CG, Linden) Lund is as high percentage of a scorer as there is in Michigan. Joe FrancisJoeFrancis6'3" | SGAdrian | 2022StateMI (SG, Adrian) He can score, and he can do it in bunches. When he takes over, a lot of times it’s game over. JaVaughn HannahJaVaughnHannah6'4" | SGYpsi Prep | 2022State#110NationMI (SG, Ypsi Prep) I’m really high on Hannah as a prospect. The young man goes at the bucket and scores. Jakhary TownsJakharyTowns6'1" | SGGodwin Heights | 2023StateMI (SG, Godwin Heights) Towns might have the best mid range game in the state. Curtis WilliamsCurtisWilliams6'5" | SFBrother Rice | 2023StateMI (SF, Brother Rice) There’s a reason that he’s considered a top 100 prospect in the country. Basheer JihadBasheerJihad6'5" | CGNorth Farmington | 2021StateMI (SG, North Farmington) Jihad will be a matchup nightmare for most opponents that he’ll see this year. Trip RiemersmaTripRiemersma6'4" | SGZeeland East | 2021StateMI (SG, Zeeland East) He’s an elite shooter that can fill it up from anywhere on the floor.  

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