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Posted on Tue, Apr 26, 2011 : 11:29 a.m.

Michigan basketball commits Trey Burke and Carlton Brundidge finish year in Scout Top 100

By Michael Rothstein

John Beilein and the rest of the Michigan basketball staff knew the commitments from guards Trey Burke and Carlton Brundidge meant they had successfully recruited two high-impact guards.

Now, Burke and Brundidge are officially Top 100 players in the country. released its final Top 100 rankings on Tuesday and both Burke and Brundidge are among the final 10.

Burke, the Mr. Basketball in Ohio this year, was No. 94. Brundidge was four spots behind at No. 98.

Burke ended the year as a three-star recruit by Scout and Brundidge a four-star recruit. They join forward Max Bielfeldt in the Michigan Class of 2011.

Michael Rothstein covers University of Michigan basketball for He can be reached at (734) 623-2558, by email at or follow along on Twitter @mikerothstein



Tue, Apr 26, 2011 : 7:01 p.m.

Kind of surprising Burke was "only" ranked #94 being the #1 player in OH. Oh well. He's a tremendous player from all accounts, as is Brundidge. Both guys should be mainstays at guard for Michigan for hopefully at least the next 3 years.