Report: Five-star shooting guard Tyus Battle decommits from Michigan

Friday June 19th, 2015

Five-star class of 2016 shooting guard Tyus Battle is decommitting from Michigan, reports's Evan Daniels.

Battle will take an official visit to Syracuse this weekend, according to Daniels.

Battle committed to the Wolverines in May. He also drew scholarship offers from DukeLouisville and Syracuse, among other programs.

As a junior at Gill St. Bernards (N.J.) School last season, Battle averaged 16.9 points, four rebounds and one assist per game. He was limited to only nine games because of a foot injury. The previous season, Battle averaged 22.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.6 assists and two steals per game.

With Battle opening his recruitment, the two players verbally committed to Michigan in the class of 2016 are center Jon Teske and forward Austin Davis.​

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