I mean UNC’s backup center situation is currently being taken care of by two freshmen rated in the mid 200’s who combine to average 10 pts and 8 rebounds in 20 minutes. Both guys shoot a decently higher percentage than Teske despite the offense naturally giving them lower percentage post up shots along with the put backs and pick and rolls. I would hope Michigan would be able to pull a low three star.
Not sure what the point of comparing a guy like Teske is to two people who shoot a decent amount of jumpers and post up a lot. I think if either of those two players had the exact same shot chart as Teske they’d be shooting much better than they are right now. Regardless, it’s called playing Devil’s advocate. It does not mean I agree with those people.