Entrance Interview: Nik Stauskas 

June, 26, 2012
Entrance Interview is a series at WolverineNation -- similar to our Exit Interview series -- where we chat with incoming Michigan football and men's basketball players about their thoughts as they start college, what their expectations are, and what they'll miss most about high school.

Nik Stauskas could be the shooter Michigan coach John Beilein has been looking for. The 6-foot-6, 200-pound guard is the No. 76 player in the ESPN 100 and one of the better shooters in his class and has enough versatility to play either guard slot or on the wing.

It is expected he will be one of at least three freshmen who could contribute to Michigan's basketball team this season, and the Wolverines are projected by ESPN.com's Andy Katz to be one of the top teams in the country. WolverineNation caught up with Stauskas, a native of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, during his final days at St. Mark's School in Rhode Island.
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