Michigan basketball commit Trey Burke named Mr. Basketball in Ohio
All season long, Michigan basketball coach John Beilein said his incoming recruits will give the Wolverines more speed, athleticism and more players to handle the ball in the backcourt.
One of them, Columbus Northland point guard Trey Burke, also will come in with some accolades.
Burke was named Mr. Basketball in Ohio on Wednesday, the second straight year a player from his school was given the honor by the Associated Press.
Last year, his best friend, Ohio Stae freshman Jared Sullinger was named Mr. Basketball.
According to the story, Burke has been averaging 23.6 points, 6.8 assists and 3.1 rebounds this year.
For more on Burke's award, read the rest of the Dispatch story.