Michigan Basketball Loses Player To Transfer Portal

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By Shawn Stewart

After one season , former four-star recruit Gregg Glenn has decided that he’ll explore his options in the portal.

Glenn, a four-star recruit rated No. 124 overall in the Class of 2022, played in four games as a freshman in Ann Arbor. The 6-foot-6, 205-pound big man scored a bucket, grabbed two rebounds and had an assist in one minute in the season opener.

Ten days later, he had two points, two rebounds and an assist against Arizona State in the Legends Classic in New York, but couldn’t find a spot in the rotation after that. He played twice the rest of the season; three minutes against Minnesota in early December, and four minutes against Maryland on Jan. 1.

Glenn didn’t play in the final 23 games of the season.

The Fort Lauderdale native had more than one dozen power five offers, including Alabama and Maryland, as well as hometown schools Florida and Florida State.

He is the fifth player from the 2022-23 roster to leave the program this offseason despite having remaining eligibility — he joins Isaiah Barnes (transfer portal), Kobe Bufkin (NBA draft), Jett Howard (NBA draft) and Hunter Dickinson (transfer portal). The move doesn’t come as a big surprise, given Glenn was unable crack the rotation, even when Michigan was desperate for power forward production.

Michigan has two open scholarships, and will almost certainly go to the transfer portal (again) to add a big man who can play center; Reed is the roster’s only center.

Juwan Howard has added three new faces via transfer this offseason in combo guard Caleb Love (North Carolina), wing Nimari Burnett (Alabama) and power forward Tray Jackson (Seton Hall).

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