Christian Anderson decommits from Michigan basketball


One thing appeared to be a sure thing for Michigan basketball, regardless of the changes to the coaching staff. And that was 2024 class commit Christian Anderson Jr., who has been pledged to the maize and blue for three years and was a vocal Wolverine all the way through — seemingly unwavering.

Yet, with Dusty May coming in to replace Juwan Howard, a little more than wavering has taken place for the longtime commit.

Anderson, a four-star who is a prolific shooter at point guard, and who had signed with the program at the earliest opportunity, was revealed late Friday night to be opting out of his commitment to Michigan basketball.

There’s no indication as of yet whether or not he remains open to returning to the fold once May and company get settled.

With his departure, Michigan has but one signee in Durral Brooks, who has also expressed skepticism as to whether or not he’ll remain in the class. Khani Rooths, who hadn’t signed, decommitted, but says he will still consider the Wolverines moving forward.



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