Around the Hall: NBPA Top 100 Camp, more

  • 06/18/2011 10:10 am in

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall crew. So go ahead, get your read on. (Photo credit: Jamie Owens of J. Scott Sports)

Jody Demling of The Louisville Courier-Journal wraps up day one and day two of the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp with updates on the Indiana commitments and targets. Demling also caught up with Ferrell for a video Q & A as well as Hanner Perea.

Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell was among the standout players on day one of the camp according to ESPN.com’s Paul Biancardi. Ferrell was also a standout on day two.

A four-game shootout on February 4 at Lawrence Central will feature eight Indiana recruits.

Park Tudor freshman Troy Spears sat down with Tom Crean recently on an unofficial visit to Bloomington.

The Big Ten agreed to a multi-year contract extension for men’s basketball on Thursday with CBS Sports.

Thad Matta’s top assistant at Ohio State, Brandon Miller, resigned to spend more time with his family.

New Arkansas coach Mike Anderson is refusing to release guard Rotnei Clarke for a transfer.

The NCAA is cracking down on rules for “elite” camps by sending its enforcement staff on unannounced visits around the country.

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  • Luke72

    Truly believe that Yogi will be the best point guard to play for IU since I. Thomas played in the Hall. Great to see the confidence
    coming from him. Hoping that we see a great blend when the 12
    class arrives! Yogi still has room for improvement but with more than
    a year to achive this I stand by my statement! 

  • Luke72

    Truly believe that Yogi will be the best point guard to play for IU since I. Thomas played in the Hall. Great to see the confidence
    coming from him. Hoping that we see a great blend when the 12
    class arrives! Yogi still has room for improvement but with more than
    a year to achive this I stand by my statement! 

  • Luke72

    Truly believe that Yogi will be the best point guard to play for IU since I. Thomas played in the Hall. Great to see the confidence
    coming from him. Hoping that we see a great blend when the 12
    class arrives! Yogi still has room for improvement but with more than
    a year to achive this I stand by my statement! 

  • Luke72

    Truly believe that Yogi will be the best point guard to play for IU since I. Thomas played in the Hall. Great to see the confidence
    coming from him. Hoping that we see a great blend when the 12
    class arrives! Yogi still has room for improvement but with more than
    a year to achive this I stand by my statement! 

  • Luke72

    Truly believe that Yogi will be the best point guard to play for IU since I. Thomas played in the Hall. Great to see the confidence
    coming from him. Hoping that we see a great blend when the 12
    class arrives! Yogi still has room for improvement but with more than
    a year to achive this I stand by my statement! 

  • SeattleHoosier

    Never noticed this before, but Yogi’s got guns!!  Pretty rare that strength isn’t an issue walking into the Big Ten…he can focus on other stuff.

    Can’t wait.