Kameron Chatman (Portland, Ore./Columbia Christian), the No. 49 player in the ESPN 100, has decided to take his skills to Michigan. The gifted lefty small forward chose the Wolverines over stiff competition from Arizona, Oregon and USC.
Chatman's game really began to take off prior to his junior campaign. During the summer of 2012, he was arguably the most talented player on Long Beach Poly (Calif.) before transferring. Michigan -- specifically assistant coach Jeff Meyer -- took immediate notice. Recruiting is about relationships, and the Wolverines were the first school to court Chatman.
"With Michigan, it just wasn't about one specific coach, it was the whole staff that invested their lives with me," Chatman said.
Chatman is a hybrid forward who affects the game in multiple ways. He possesses a soft shooting touch and can handle the ball well, but the most impressive aspect of his game might be his passing prowess.
In John Beilien's hybrid Princeton offense, Chatman can be utilized in a variety of ways due to his skill set and savvy.