Freshman point guard Trey Burke had Wolverines' fans bursting with feelings of anxiety as the NBA Draft's underclassman deadline loomed closer. Would he stay or would he go? Based on his physical profile, he wasn't the top point guard prospect, in fact, he wasn't rated very highly, but could have snuck into the second round of a weak point guard draft based on his poise, ability to run a team in his first year and of course, his production, specifically in the clutch. Now, Michigan fans can ease up as Burke will return to school for at least his sophomore season, along with swingman Tim Hardaway Jr. and power forward Jordan Morgan, giving this team as much hype surrounding them as any Wolverine team in the last 10 years. With that trio and two of the top players at each of their respective positions entering as freshmen (SF Glenn Robinson Jr., and PF Mitch McGary), Michigan should challenge Indiana as the early front-runner atop the Big Ten Conference.