Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman 12
Muhammad-Ali  Abdur-Rahkman


Allentown, Pa.

High School:
Catholic Central HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190



Kornacki: U-M's Muhammad-Ali Has Own Big Night at the Garden

Kornacki: U-M's Muhammad-Ali Has Own Big Night at the Garden


Big First Half Advances U-M to Big Ten Tournament Quarterfinals

Big First Half Advances Men's Basketball Past Illinois in Tournament


Kornacki: Dawkins, Rahk Provide Story of Hoops Serendipity

Kornacki: Dawkins, Rahk Provide Story of Hoops Serendipity


Kornacki: 'Rock' On A Roll for Wolverines

Kornacki: 'Rock' On A Roll for Wolverines


Irvin Gets Double-Double; Bielfeldt Nears One as U-M Triumphs

Irvin Gets Double-Double; Bielfeldt Nears One as Men's Hoops Triumphs


No. 6 Notre Dame vs No. 11 Michigan

No. 6 Notre Dame vs No. 11 Michigan


Michigan Career
• MICHIGAN HONORS: U-M's Award for Outstanding Free Throws (2015)
• Helped U-M to a 16-16 overall record (2015)
• Helped U-M to highlighted wins against Syracuse (68-65; Dec. 2) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge; vs. Oregon (70-63; Nov. 24) in the semifinal of the Legends Classic and 24/23 Ohio State (64-57; Feb. 22) (2015)

Sophomore (2015-16)
• Helped the Wolverines to a 20-plus win season (23-13)
• Helped the Wolverines reach the NCAA Tournament for the 26th time in school history, winning the First Four game vs. Tulsa (March 16; 67-62) before falling to Notre Dame (March 18; 63-70) in the First Round. •Played in all 36 games, with 25 starts •Helped U-M to a fifth place finish in "Battle 4 Atlantis" •Helped the Wolverines set a "Battle 4 Atlantis" tournament record with 102 points against Charlotte (Nov. 26, 2015) •Helped the Wolverines to a highlighted wins over No. 3 Maryland, 70-67 (Jan. 12) and No. 18/16 Purdue, 61-56 (Feb. 13)
• Averaging 8.6 points per game with 2.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists
• Posted 14 double figure scoring games -- all as a starter and including all five post-season games
• Scored a career-best 25 points at Purdue (Jan. 7) on a career- best 10 field goals and 16 attempts
• Shot a perfect game at Minnesota (Feb. 10) with 5-for-5 field goals, 3-for-3 3-point field goals, and 3-for-3 free throws
• Grabbed a career-best eight boards in win over Northwestern (March 10) during the Big Ten Tournament
• Posted a career-best 9 assists against Maryland (Feb. 21)
• Averaging 27.8 minutes per game
• Helped the Wolverines set a single-game record of 3-point field-goals (17) made against Bryant (Dec. 23)
• Helped the Wolverines advance to Big Ten Tournament semi-finals due to a 72-69, upset win over No. 10 Indiana, first-seed in the tournament (March 11)

Freshman (2014-15)
• Played in 29 games, with 13 starts
• Made his U-M and collegiate debut against Hillsdale (Nov. 15), playing five minutes
• Made first collegiate start against Northwestern (Jan. 17), finishing with nine points, five rebounds and two assists, and making the game-winning three-pointer
• Averaged 4.5 points per game, scoring 130 total points
• Had four double figure scoring games
• Scored a career-high 18 points on a career-best 8-for-14 shooting against Michigan State (Feb. 1)
• Made his first collegiate basket against Eastern Michigan (Dec. 9)
• Made first collegiate three-pointer at Penn State (Jan. 6)
• Averaged 1.7 rebounds, grabbing 48 total boards
• Had five-plus rebounds in three games
• Grabbed a career-best eight rebounds against Illinois (March 12) in the Big Ten Tournament
• Shot 41.9 percent (52-of-124) from the field
• Made a career-best eight field goals at Michigan State
• Shot 29.3 percent (12-of-41) from three point range
• Made a career-best two three-point field goals, three times
• Attempted a career-best six three-pointers at Northwestern (March 3)
• Shot 93.3 percent from the free throw line (14-of-15)
• Made a career-best two free throws, five times
• Recorded 27 assists (0.9 apg), with a career-best four against Ohio State
• Did not record a block
• Recorded 16 steals, with a career-best three at Indiana (Feb. 8)
• Averaged 19.0 minutes per game
• Played 30-plus minutes in 10 games
• Played a career-high 37 minutes against Nebraska (Jan. 27).

Prep Career
• Allentown Central Catholic High School (2014)
• Coached by Dennis Csencsits
• First four-time all-state selection in Lehigh Valley history: PIAA Class AAA first team (2013, '14) and second team (2011, '12)
• Two-time Lehigh Valley Conference MVP (2013, '14) and Four-time Lehigh Valley Conference All-Star Team (2011, '12, '13, '14)
• First freshman named to an All-League team in Lehigh Valley history
• Compiled four-year record of 86-25
• Led ACCHS to two Lehigh Valley Conference West Division titles (2013, '14) and four straight PIAA District 11 Class AAA District titles (2014)
• ACCHS's all-time leading scorer with 2,136 career points
• Ranks sixth all-time on PIAA District 11 scoring list and became 10th player to surpass 2,000 career points
• Posted 51 career games with 20-or-more points, including nine 30-plus point games (2014)
• Led ACCHS to 29-1 record and 14-0 Lehigh Valley League West Division record (2014)
• Led ACCHS first Lehigh Valley Conference championship in 14 years defeating Parkland (Feb. 15; 66-62), scoring 21 points (2014)
• Helped Catholic Central to its fourth straight PIAA District 11 title
• Led ACCHS to 24-4 record and 12-2 Lehigh Valley League West Division record (2013)
• Defeated Bethlehem Catholic (March 1; 87-61), to win third straight PIAA District 11 Class AAA championship, nearly recording a triple double with 20 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists (2013)
• Scored a career-best 37 points at Liberty (2012)
• Led ACCHS to 16-10 record and 7-7 Lehigh Valley League West Division record (2012)
• Led ACCHS to 17-10 record and 7-7 Lehigh Valley League West Division record (2011)
• AAU: Played AAU with Team Final
• Coached by Rob Brown

• Given name is Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman
• Born September 1, 1994 in Allentown, Pa.
• Son of Dawud and Tammy Abdur-Rahkman
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science & the Arts: Undecided major.

Personal Notes
• Signed with Michigan (April 25, 2014)
• Committed to Michigan (April 19, 2014)
• Father, Dawud, is currently a Division III assistant men's basketball coach at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa.
• Brother, Shahad, played college basketball at East Stroudsburg (2000-01, '04), scoring 1,075 points and setting the school's single season record for freshman points in a season (478, 1999-2000)


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