Michigan basketball just received a big boost for the 2022-23 season. Sunday afternoon, star big man Hunter Dickinson revealed his plans to return for another year in Ann Arbor.

“I ain’t done yet,” Dickinson wrote as a caption on Twitter.

Named Michigan’s team MVP for the 2021-22 season, Dickinson led the Wolverines in scoring (18.6), rebounding (8.6), blocks (1.5) and shooting (56% from the floor). Dickinson also improved his 3-point shooting as a sophomore and shot the deep ball at 33% from deep.

Dickinson is already a two-time All-B1G selection and a key piece for Juwan Howard’s Michigan squad. After leading a run to the Sweet 16, Dickinson provides a great piece in the middle for the Wolverines to build around next season.

Michigan is also adding the No. 9 recruiting class nationally for 2022 heading into next season. Provided key freshmen Moussa Diabate and Caleb Houstan return, the Wolverines will be among the top contenders for the B1G entering next season.