One of the main prospects of the University of Michigan in college basketball in 2020 has left his team.
The three-star guard Lorne Bowman of the Lake St. Mary’s in the Orchard Orchard in Detroit has left Wisconsin because his family affairs have caused him to take leave in October.
According to the Associated Press, Wisconsin coach Greg Garder confirmed the news on Wednesday.
Gard said: “We absolutely support this decision and have helped him and his family continue to find the best way to stay at home.”
School officials have not yet stated the nature of Bowman’s family problems, but Gad said on Wednesday: “The situation in which he interacts with his family at home has exceeded my initial imagination with him and all of us,” the Associated Press reported.
According to Eisen Jackson (Kentucky), Oregon’s Jalen Terry and Babyler Scooby Doo’s comprehensive 247 sports rankings, Bowman is the fourth most highly rated recruit in Michigan’s 2020 class.
Bowman finished third in the Michigan State Basketball Players poll last season. Wisconsin ranked seventh in the top 25 of the season.