Princeton transfer Jaelin Llewellyn chose to leave the Ivy League and made the jump to Michigan in the Big Ten in late April. The 6’3″ guard brings a ton to the Wolverines this season after scoring more than 1000 points in his three seasons at Princeton.
— jaelin llewellyn (@13jaelin) April 29, 2022
Llewellyn joins a young group of teammates combined with a couple of proven veterans in Hunter Dickinson and Duke transfer Joey Baker. He is expected to come in and contribute immediately with his scoring ability and selfless play.
Last season, Llewellyn averaged 15.7 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.5 assists on 44% shooting. He also shot 38% from three-point range and 70% from the free-throw line, leading Princeton to the first round of the NIT Tournament last season. Llewellyn is a much-improved shooter, as he has increased his shooting percentages each year in college.
With great shooting touch and veteran leadership, Llewellyn looks to help lead Juwan Howard’s Michigan Wolverines to a deep NCAA Tournament run this season!