Player Interview: 2014 Basketball Prospect Kameron Chatman

The 2014 Michigan basketball recruiting class is a small one right now with only Ricky Doyle and Austin Hatch committed, but there are still spots up for grabs and news on that should begin to heat up shortly. I had the chance recently to catch up with one of the players that Michigan is targeting, small forward prospect Kameron Chatman.Chatman stands at 6-7, 200 pounds and is a composite four-star prospect, according to 247 Sports. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, he is the 17th ranked player at his position in 2014. Here’s what he had to say about how this recruiting process is going for him:

AB: How’s your recruitment going? Are you enjoying the process?

KC: It’s going pretty well. I’m enjoying it.

AB: What schools are you hearing the most from right now?

KC: Michigan, Arizona, Oregon, USC

AB: Do you have a leader at this point? Or still kind of trying to figure that out?

KC: No, not right now. It’s still pretty even.

AB: What do you like about Michigan?

KC: They have a great coaching staff, a great program, and a good education system.

AB: What are some of your strengths and weaknesses?

KC: My strengths are passing, shooting, and dribbling. My weaknesses are my strength and speed.

AB: Do you have a timeline for when you would like to make your decision?

KC: I would say in the fall going to my senior year.

Kameron is a scoring threat from all areas on the floor and his raw potential have many college coaches after his services. With only a few months to go until he makes his decision, Michigan appears to be near the top of his list. That’s welcome news for John Beilein and the Wolverines.

 

 

 

 

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