Source: The Examiner
Trey Burke announced today that he will leave the University for Michigan early for a chance to play in the National Basketball Association, which will hold its 2013 draft on June 27. The star Wolverine point guard made his decision official during an afternoon press conference in Ann Arbor.
Burke, who played for U-M the past two seasons, led the Maize and Blue into the finals of this year’s NCAA Tournament, where they lost to Louisville. He had a remarkable sophomore campaign in which he collected an array of honors, including the Big Ten Player of the Year, the Associated Press Men’s Basketball National Player of the Year, the Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year, and the John R. Wooden Award.
Read more about Burke’s announcement in a story on Michigan’s official athletic website, MGoBlue.com. The article has details about Burke’s numerous career highlights and a link to video of today’s press conference, at which head coach John Beilein also spoke.
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