Entrance Interview: Mitch McGary 

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.

Mitch McGary was the centerpiece of the class, the first really high-profile recruiting win for John Beilein in his five years at Michigan. McGary's commitment signified the Wolverines' presence in the big-time recruiting game and from there it grew into one of the country's top classes.

Now, McGary and his classmates are on campus and the five-member Class of 2012 is trying to push Michigan into the upper echelon of college basketball programs. Much of that will rely on how McGary and his AAU teammate, Glenn Robinson III, play this season. WolverineNation caught up with McGary on his last day before heading to Michigan and here is part of that interview.
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