Hoops: D.J. Wilson commits to Michigan

As expected, Michigan has received a commitment from Sacramento, Calif. Capital Christian forward D.J. Wilson,'s No. 135 senior nationally. Wilson held offers from Gonzaga and others and was also being recruited by Arizona, USC, Oregon and more.
Wilson enjoyed an outstanding summer after missing several months with a back injury last year.
"D.J. can shoot it, handle it and pass it at 6-9 and is just scratching the surface in his basketball career,"
LeRohn Dodson, his Team Superstar coach, said. "He is going to surprise a lot of people. He's a great kid and an extremely hard worker who wants to be really good at his craft. Schools just wanted to see if the back was an issue and clearly it's not. In our Under Armour Association, he was one of the top kids, period."
Wilson also plays with a high motor and carries a 3.9 grade point average.
"Growing up, my mom was strict. It was 'education comes first.' So that's a trait I picked up," he said.
Watch for more on Wilson in the hours to come.