Jeff BorzelloESPN staff writerMay 17, 2023, 07:10 PM ETRead 2 minutes

The main things that Caleb Love is taking to the next team

Check out some of the best plays Caleb Love made at North Carolina last season.

North Carolina transfer Caleb Love is no longer committed to Michigan and has reopened his recruitment, sources confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.

Love committed to the Wolverines last month, but sources told ESPN there was an enrollment issue related to the credit transfer.

The St. Louis native is now the top player on the men’s basketball recruiting portal. He initially chose Michigan over his home state of Missouri.

Love, a 6-foot-4 junior guard, averaged a career-high 16.7 points, shot 37.8% from the field, 3.7 rebounds and 2.8 assists last season.

The former five-star recruit raised his stock during North Carolina’s run to the national championship game in 2022, averaging 18.8 points in six NCAA tournament games. He scored 30 points and made six 3-pointers in the Sweet 16 against UCLA, then had 28 points in the Final Four against Duke.

Instead of entering the NBA draft, Love returned to the Tar Heels for another season alongside three starters on the 2022 title-game team. But after opening the season ranked No. 1, North Carolina finished 20-13 and missed the NCAA tournament.

Michigan has had a tough time rebuilding its roster, winning Jet Howard and Kobe Buffkin in the NBA draft and star big man Hunter Dickinson transferring to Kansas. Juwan Howard landed two transfers this spring — Trey Jackson (Seton Hall) and Nimari Burnett (Alabama) — but recently hosted Toledo transfer RayJ Dennis.

247Sports first reported the determination of the love affair from Walayata Dachas.

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