July 19, 2024

Michigan offensive coordinator Sherrone Moore arrives for an NCAA college football game against Penn State, Saturday, Nov.11, 2023, in State College, Pa. (AP Photo/Barry Reeger)

Official: Michigan Sherrone Moore has successfully land a total game solution after making the…..

Dusty May and the Michigan Wolverines will undoubtedly have a busy offseason as they work to fill their numerous unfilled scholarship seats. The only real big man on the roster from the previous season, Tarris Reed, is currently in the transfer portal, making him one of the major holes in the current lineup at the center position.

Danny Wolf, a seven-foot Yale transfer, appears to be May and the Wolverines’ main target. This season, the sophomore center was outstanding, averaging 14.1 points and 9.7 rebounds per game while being named to the Ivy League First Team.

Wolfwas 24th in the country in rebounds per game this season and saw dramatic improvement from deep (shooting 34.5 percent from behind the arc on 2.6 attempts per game) and from the charity stripe (up to 71.7 percent from 62.5 percent the year before) while becoming a starter for the Bulldogs.

Yalewon the Ivy League in 2024 and pulled off the first-round upset over the SEC Champion Auburn Tigers. Wolf scored 13 points and had five rebounds while shooting the ball 15 times. He followed that up with nine points, 10 rebounds and five assists in the Round of 32 loss to San Diego State. Wolf scored 20 or more points in eight games this season and posted 14 double-doubles.

Along with his two seasons of NCAA experience, Wolf won a silver medal with Team Israel in the 2023 FIBA Under-20 European Championship, where he averaged 17.7 points and 12 rebounds per game.

Wolf would fit perfectly in May’s offense with his ability to stretch the floor. On3 ranks him as the No. 7 player and No. 3 center in the portal as of Saturday evening.

Davis Mosley from The Michigan Insider has said Michigan is in “a tremendous spot” for Wolf, who also reportedly posted a “not to be contacted” notation on his portal entry. Typically, this would indicate a college destination or top programs have already been selected. If things go down the right way, this could be May’s first portal win at Michigan.

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