Zak Irvin makes splash in July 

August, 3, 2012
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After going to more than 24 basketball tournaments and showcases in July, ESPN.com's Paul Biancardi named 2013 Michigan shooting guard commit Zak Irvin as the best player he saw in this week's recruiting roundtable.

"He has a combination of athletic ability, skill and feel for the game that helped him dominate the action," Biancardi wrote. "But he utilizes his different skill sets to operate within the flow of the game."

Irvin is ranked No. 60 in the ESPN100. The 6-foot-6 Irvin is known for his deadly shooting stroke from the wing and backs that up with his athleticism.

With Irvin and fellow commits Derrick Walton, Mark Donnal and Austin Hatch, the Wolverines' recruiting class currently sits at No. 3 in the 2013 rankings, behind only Florida and North Carolina.
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