Class of 2016 Overland (Colo.) forward De’Ron Davis, one of Indiana’s top recruiting targets, announced his top three schools on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.
The 6-foot-9 forward, a four-star prospect, tweeted that his top three schools are Arizona, Indiana and Texas.
Thomas Bryant has only been on campus since June 13, but he’s already making his mark on the IU basketball program.
The 6-foot-10 freshman forward is the fifth McDonald’s All-American Tom Crean has signed for the Hoosiers. His addition is being viewed by many as the missing piece that could elevate Indiana into the top 15 this season.
In this week’s edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by IU athletic director Fred Glass and the trio discusses a variety of topics, including:
Indiana coach Tom Crean addressed the media earlier this afternoon on a conference call to discuss the 2015 Maui Jim Maui Invitational.
Read a full transcript of Crean’s remarks from the call after the jump:
The bracket for the 2015 Maui Jim Maui Invitational was officially announced on Tuesday afternoon and the two favorites in the event, Indiana and Kansas, are on opposite sides of the bracket.
The Hoosiers, ranked No. 14 in the ESPN.com early top 25 for next season, will open with Wake Forest, which finished last season 13-19.
After spending parts of last season in Montenegro and also in the NBA Development League, Will Sheehey has agreed to spend his second professional season in France.
According to Sheehey’s agent, Keith Kreiter of Edge Sports, the former IU forward has signed a deal with Maritime Boulogne in France’s Pro-B League.
After an underwhelming first season in Bloomington, expectations for Collin Hartman as a sophomore were tepid.
The Cathedral product appeared in just 16 games during his first season in an IU uniform, totaling 11 points in 72 minutes. At the conclusion of the 2013-2014 season during a workout, he tore his ACL, forcing him to miss the offseason and sit out the program’s trip to Montreal and Ottawa last August.