Three 2013 Michigan basketball commits rated inside ESPN's Top 100, more than any other school
Jeff Sainlar | AnnArbor.com
ESPN.com released its Top 100 prospects for the 2013 class Thursday, and the Michigan basketball program placed three commits on the list -- more than any other school in America.
Chandler Park Academy point guard Derrick Walton leads Michigan's class at No. 39 overall. The four-star prospect is rated as the ninth-best point guard in the class.
Hamilton Southeastern (Ind.) High School wing Zak Irvin comes in at No. 61, and is also a four-star prospect. Irvin -- who was left off Scout.com's recent 2013 ranking sheet -- is rated as the 19th-best shooting guard by ESPN.
Finally, 6-foot-9 power forward Mark Donnal, of Anthony Wayne (Ohio) High School, is ranked at No. 65 on the Top 100 list. Donnal is the 18th-best power forward in the class.
At moment, the only other schools with two commits in the top 100 are North Carolina, Indiana, Purdue, Kansas, Marquette and Alabama.
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