Michigan basketball recruit Mitch McGary falls in ESPN.com rankings
It was a rough day for the recruiting stock of 2012 Michigan basketball signee Mitch McGary.
The 6-foot-10, 260-pound power forward from Brewster Academy fell from No. 2 to No. 21 overall in ESPN.com's updated recruiting rankings for next season.
McGary, who chose Michigan over Duke and Florida in November, now is rated as a four-star prospect by ESPN and the sixth-best power forward.
At the time of his signing, he was a five-star, and rated as the No. 1 overall power forward.
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Even with McGary's dip in the rankings, Michigan still has all three of its signings in ESPN.com's Top 100.
Lake Central (Ind.) High School swingman Glenn Robinson III comes in at No. 26 overall. A four-star prospect, he is ESPN.com's sixth-best small forward prospect.
In addition, St. Mark's (Mass.) guard Nik Stauskas also sits in the top 100 at No. 79. Stauskas, a Canadian-born combo guard, is a four-star prospect.
Michigan's three-man class for 2012 was rated as the seventh-best haul in the country by ESPN.com in December.
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