Breaking: Auburn Tiger Top Star Confirm He Wants To Leave And Join Michigan

Auburn’s Tre Donaldson, a 6-foot-3 guard, has announced his decision to join Michigan’s basketball program.


The sophomore guard, who recently completed his second season with the Tigers, brings an array of skills to the Wolverines. During his time at Auburn, Donaldson showcased his versatility, averaging 6.7 points, 3.2 assists, and 2.4 rebounds per game while playing 19.2 minutes per game in a platoon point guard system.

Donaldson’s commitment to Michigan marks a significant move in his collegiate career. Despite receiving interest from several other prominent programs such as Florida State, Florida, and Alabama, he ultimately chose to join the Wolverines.

Notably, he was also being courted by Georgia and Texas Tech via the transfer portal.

Donaldson’s decision to transfer to Michigan adds depth and talent to the team’s roster. He becomes the third transfer commitment under the leadership of coach Dusty May, following the additions of Danny Wolf from Yale and Rubin Jones from North Texas. With Donaldson’s arrival, Michigan aims to strengthen its squad and compete at a high level in the upcoming seasons.

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