The Michigan Wolverines are set to have their first look at the rest of the roster for Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech.
The Tigers are scheduled to play in Blacksburg, Virginia on Saturday afternoon and head out on a three-game road trip before hosting Louisville and Miami.
The Wolverines will also play a road trip through Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Baylor and Oklahoma.
Michigan has already announced that guard Brandon Knight will start at point guard, with sophomore center Ryan Kalil at power forward.
Kalil and Knight are both sophomores who have been on the sidelines this season due to injuries.
The two sophomos are expected to be in the starting lineup for Michigan.
Knight’s arrival comes as the Wolverines look to improve their offensive game.
Michigan is averaging just 90.6 points per game in Big Ten play.
Michigan’s offensive rating of 105.6 ranks third in the league.