Career Notes (2013, '14) 2014 All-Big Ten, second team (Coaches & Media)
2014 USBWA All-District V Team
2014 U-M's Rudy Tomjanovich Most Improved Player
2014 U-M's Steve Grote Hustle Award
Compiled a 59-17 two-year record with a 27-9 Big Ten record
Helped U-M to two NCAA Tournament selections, the 2013 NCAA national title game and 2014 NCAA Elite Eight
Helped U-M to its first outright Big Ten regular-season title in 28 years
Helped U-M to its first No. 1 seed at the Big Ten Tournament in 2014
Sophomore (2013-14) ... NATIONAL HONORS: USBWA All-District V Team ... NCAA TOURNAMENT: All-Midwest Regional Team ... BIG TEN HONORS: All-Big Ten, second team (Coaches & Media) ... MICHIGAN HONORS: U-M's Rudy Tomjanovich Most Improved Player ... U-M's Steve Grote Hustle Award ... Helped U-M to a 28-9 overall record, fourth straight season program has won 20-plus wins ... Helped U-M defeated three straight top-10 opponents for the first time in school history -- at No. 3 Wisconsin (77-70, Jan. 18); against No. 10 Iowa (75-67, Jan. 22) and at No. 3 Michigan State (80-75, Jan. 25) ... Helped U-M win its first outright Big Ten Championship since 1986, winning the league by three games (15-3) ... Helped U-M to its first No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament and advance to championship game for first time since 1998 ... Helped U-M earn the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament Midwest region, the program's fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearance ... Helped U-M advance to the Elite Eight for second straight year, before falling to Kentucky, 75-72, on a last second three-point field goal ... Started all 37 games, one of two Wolverines to do so; along with Glenn Robinson III ... Averaged 12.9 points per game, scoring 478 total points ... Scored in double figures in 25 games ... Scored 20-plus points in seven games ... Scored a career-best 25 points against Wisconsin (Feb. 16) ... Scored 20-plus points in four Big Ten games -- 20 at Wisconsin (Jan. 18), 22 at Iowa (Feb. 8), 25 vs. Wisconsin (Feb. 16) and 23 vs. Michigan State (Feb. 23) ... Averaged 4.3 rebounds per game, grabbing 160 total boards, which was third best on U-M ... Had five-or-more rebounds in 16 games ... Had a career-best 11 rebounds against Purdue (Jan. 30) ... Posted first career double-double with 14 points, 11 rebounds against Purdue ... Shot 43.9 percent (163-for-371) from the field ... Had a career-best eight field goals, twice -- vs. Long Beach State (Nov. 21) and at Duke (Dec. 3) ... Shot 40.8 percent (60-for-147) from three-point range ... Ranked third on U-M with 60 triples ... Had a career-best six three-pointers against South Carolina State (Nov. 12) ... Shot 76.7 percent (92-for-120) from the free-throw line ... Had a career-best eight free throws and 11 attempts at Iowa ... Recorded 109 assists, with a career-best-tying five assists, eight times ... Had four-or-more assists in 15 games ... Recorded 10 blocks, with a career-best two blocks, twice -- South Carolina State and against Purdue ... Led U-M with 44 steals, with a career-best four steals at Wisconsin ... Averaged 34.0 minutes per game ... Had 1,258 total minutes, which ranks fifth best in a U-M single season ... Played 30-plus minutes in 31 games ... Had a career-best 39 minutes against Wisconsin.
Freshman (2012-13) ... Helped U-M to 31-8 overall record, tying the U-M record for most wins in a single season and marking just the third time U-M has record 30-plus wins in a season ... Helped U-M earn the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament South Region, program's third straight NCAA Tournament appearance ... Helped U-M advance reach the NCAA Final Four for the first time in 20 years ... Helped U-M reach the national title game for the first time in 20 years, before falling to No. 1 Louisville, 82-76 ... Helped U-M win the program's first NIT Season Tip-Off title, after defeating Kansas State (Nov. 23), 79-72 ... Helped U-M go undefeated (13-0) in non-conference play for the first time since 1985-86 ... Helped U-M match the program's best start going 16-0 to begin season, best since 1985-86 ... Played in 33 games with one start ... Did not play the first six games of the season while being considered for a redshirt season ... Started first career game against Central Michigan (Dec. 29) ... Played in his first career game at Bradley (Dec. 1) ... Averaged 2.3 points per game, scoring 76 total points ... Scored a season-best nine points, twice -- against Central Michigan and Iowa (Jan. 6) ... Averaged 1.1 rebounds per game, grabbing 36 total boards ... Had a season-best four rebounds vs. Syracuse (April 6) ... Shot 31.5 percent (28-for-89) from the field ... Shot 30.2 percent (13-for-43) from three-point range ... Shot 50.0 percent (7-for-14) from free throw line ... Recorded 25 assists, with a career-best five against Central Michigan ... Recorded two blocks, with a career-best one block, twice -- Eastern Michigan (Dec. 20) and vs. Florida (March 31) ... Recorded six steals, with a season-best two steals against Michigan State (March 3) ... Averaged 10.8 minutes per game ... Played 30-plus minutes in 14 games ... Played a season-best 32 minutes against Central Michigan.
Prep Career ... Pickerington Central High School (2012) ... Coached by Jerry Francis ... Associated Press All-Ohio Second Team (2012) ... All-Central District first team (2012), honorable mention (2011) ... Ohio Capital Conference, Ohio Division Player of the Year (2012) ... All-Ohio Capital Conference, Ohio Division first team (2012) ... Columbus Dispatch Metro Player of the Year (2012, co-) ... Columbus Dispatch All-Metro first team (2012), special mention (2011) ... 2012 JJHuddle.com Ohio Player of the Year ... Team captain (2012) ... Two-year varsity starter ... Two-year varsity letterwinner ... All-Star Games (2012): Hit game winning three-pointer, finished with 23 points and six rebounds, and was named MVP of Ohio North-South All-Star game as the South edged the North, 116-114 ... Scored nine points in 2012 Ohio-Kentucky All-Star game, helping Ohio to 116-103 win ... As a senior (2011-12) ... Averaged 18.4 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists ... Led Central to a 26-2 record and 13-1 Ohio Capital Conference, Ohio Division ... Led Central to Ohio Capital title ... Led Central to the OHSAA Division I state title after defeating Toledo Whitmer (45-40), had 20 points, four rebounds, four steals in 32 minutes ... Reached the championship after defeating Fairfield (60-45) in the semifinal, had 13 points, three rebounds, three steals and two assists in 31 minutes ... Reached the Final Four after wins over Canton McKinley (60-51) and Olentangy Liberty (60-58), 28 points, in Region 3 championship ... Helped Central to Columbus District 3 title after defeating Newark (65-49) ... Advanced to District championship after wins over Dublin Jerome (66-35), Groveport-Madison (71-34) and Westerville South (72-55) ... As a junior (2010-11) ... Averaged 15.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.1 assists... Led Central to 12-11 record and 8-6 OCC, Ohio Division ... Helped Central to OHSAA Division I District semifinal ... Lost to Westerville South (71-49) in semifinal ... Reach semifinal after wins over Columbus Marion-Franklin (64-62) and Columbus Independence (58-48) ... AAU ... Played for All-Ohio Black ... Coached by Todd Barnes.
Personal ... Given Name is Caris Coleman LeVert ... Born August 25, 1994 in Columbus, Ohio ... Son of Kim and the late Darryl LeVert ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Undecided major ... Personal Notes ... Right-Handed ... Nickname is "Baby Durant" ... Originally signed with Ohio University (Nov. 9, 2011), but was released following head coach's departure leaving for another school (John Groce to Illinois) ... Committed to Michigan (May 11, 2012) ... Played basketball with current U-M football defensive end Taco Charlton.