Around the Hall: Youth Clinic, 2012 rankings, Zeller, more

  • 06/23/2010 8:05 pm in

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall crew. So go ahead, get your read on, kids.

+ Led by Tom Crean, the IU players and staff put on a youth clinic on Tuesday at Municipal Gardens in Indianapolis. (IUHoosiers.com)

+ Dustin Dopirak of The Herald-Times has some notes from the clinic, including an injury update on Maurice Creek. (The Hoosier Scoop)

+ Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star releases his 2012 in-state rankings and D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera tops the list. As I tweeted earlier, I think that’s a bit high for DSR and I also believe DeJuan Marrero is a bit low at No. 7. (Indianapolis Star)

+ Neddenriep also has a video Q & A with Smith-Rivera. Could the red shirt be a sign he’s Bloomington bound? I kid, I kid. (Indianapolis Star)

+ ESPN released a top 60 for 2012 and several IU targets are on the list. (ESPN.com)

+ ESPN posted a video interview with 2011 forward Cody Zeller on its YouTube channel. (YouTube)

+ 2011 guard Jeremiah Davis says he’ll use the summer to find out which schools are really interested. (Louisville Courier-Journal)

+ Club Trillion founder and former Ohio State walk-on Mark Titus could live on as a member of the Harlem Globtrotters. (The Columbus Dispatch)

(Photo credit: IUHoosiers.com)

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  • kristheboss

    ESPN ratings make no sense, no love to Ron Patterson? But '12 is stacked gotta love it hoosier high school basketball at its best!

  • Krkinkea

    also I disagree with your DSR comment, how can you say his ratings a bit high when he's already led his team to a state championship, avgs close to 20 a game… plays tough and is AMAZING at defense…if you watched NC closely you'd see that DSR always had a tougher matchup than Terone..

  • eph521

    Alex, I know you were kidding about DSR, but speaking of wearing a red shirt… Zeller may be giving signs too with his attire. In all seriousness, with such a long list of schools to ramble off… he did start by mentioning Indiana first and psychologists would say that means he's a lock for IU. Right?