Recruiting: Michigan signee Derrick Walton turning triple-doubles; Devin Booker scheduling visits
In the meantime, he's busy turning triple-doubles.
UMHoops.com reports that Walton, a four-star point guard from Chandler Park Academy, scored triple-double efforts in two of his last three outings.
He reportedly racked up 26 points, 10 assists and 10 steals in a win over Ford Academy last week, and followed with 30 points, 12 assists and 11 rebound during a win over University Park earlier this week.
Speaking of Walton, he and Michigan's other two signees for 2013 -- Zak Irvin and Mark Donnal -- all stayed inside ESPN.com's most recent top 100 update.
Irvin, a 6-foot-6 forward from Hamilton Southeastern (Ind.) and a favorite to win Indiana's Mr. Basketball -- leads the class at No. 24 overall. Walton, meanwhile, comes in at No. 35.
Donnal, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Anthony Wayne (Ohio) High School, chimes in at No. 85.
Michigan's three-man 2013 signing class, which could technically grow this spring depending on early departures, is ranked No. 12 by ESPN.
In terms of 2014 recruiting, Moss Point (Miss.) five-star shooting guard Devin Booker continues to sit at the top of Michigan's wish list.
But the Wolverines have some serious company here.
According to USA Today, Booker will make visits to North Carolina, Duke and Florida in the coming weeks.
Booker was one of Michigan's first 2014 offers this past summer, and recently, Michigan coach John Beilein and assistants Bacari Alexander and LaVall Jordan all traveled to Mississippi to pay him a visit.
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