Star College Basketball Transfer Decommits From Michigan

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The Michigan Wolverines had a rough start to the college basketball transfer portal this offseason.

They lost their program’s star payer to transfer portal in Hunter Dickinson, who is now a Kansas Jayhawk.

However, they bounced back quickly. They landed North Carolina star Caleb Love in the transfer portal and were expecting him to be an important part of their team next season.

Now it looks like they’ll need to come up with a new plan.

Despite committing to the Wolverines more than a month ago, Love has decided to decommit from Michigan according to On3’s Joe Tipton.

Love will once again become one of the top targets available on the transfer market.

Over the past 3 seasons, he was very productive for the North Carolina Tar Heels.

He played great for them on their run to the title game during the 2021-22 season, knocking down clutch shots in a couple of the team’s toughest matchups during the NCAA Tournament. He averaged 15.9 points per game and 3.6 assists per game for the Tar Heels that season.

Despite North Carolina’s struggles this past season, Love posted similar numbers. He had averages of 16.7 points and 2.8 assists per game while brining his field goal percentage up slightly for a disappointing Tar Heels team.

Despite some teams likely already having their plans laid out for next season at this point in the transfer process, there should be plenty of teams interested in adding Love.

He is one of the most talented guards still available in the transfer market and has experience playing on college basketball’s biggest stage.

Don’t expect to see Caleb Love stay available for too long.