Klayman: Dukies Should Not Care: These Players Are Not Students and Represent Only Their Own Interests in Jumping to the NBA!
August 18, 2020
Almost three decades ago, Michigan's Fab Five became the first all-freshman starting five in a national championship game. Many consider that class of Wolverines to be the greatest in NCAA history. The 2020-21 Duke basketball rookies may shatter that perception.
Michigan's five freshmen were a disparate group brought together by head coach Steve Fisher in the fall of 1991. Point guard Jalen Rose and power forward Chris Webber hailed from Detroit. Center Juwan Howard played his high school ball at Chicago Vocational Career Academy in Illinois. Shooting guard Jimmy King and small forward Ray Jackson were both recruited from the Lone Star State (King from Plano and Jackson from San Antonio).
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