Around the Hall: 2014 rankings, MSG IU prediction, more

  • 09/13/2011 7:09 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)

+ Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star released his first 2014 rankings for Indiana and IU commitment Trey Lyles tops the list.

+ Jon Rothstein of MSG.com projects Indiana as the fifth best team in the Big Ten in his preseason conference notebook.

+ 2013 Belleville, Ill. guard Malcolm Hill joined point guard Jalen James in the Fighting Illini’s 2013 recruiting class.

+ The Dagger kicked off Big Ten preview week with a look at how Indiana native Zack Novak became Michigan’s leader.

+ A new study from the National College Players Association suggests that college basketball players at BCS schools are worth $265,000 per year if schools shared revenues in a similar fashion to professional sports.

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  • Anonymous

    Whoever calculated $265,000 for the worth of college basketball players evidently never watched Tijan.  Priceless

  • Anonymous

    Whoever calculated $265,000 for the worth of college basketball players evidently never watched Tijan.  Priceless

  • Iuspike1321

    if you actually go read the article, it brings up some very valid points

  • Iuspike1321

    if you actually go read the article, it brings up some very valid points

  • Iuspike1321

    if you actually go read the article, it brings up some very valid points

  • Tijan actually accrued about $250,000 in hospital bills from elbow-induced injuries to opponents, so he was lucky to break even.

  • Tijan actually accrued about $250,000 in hospital bills from elbow-induced injuries to opponents, so he was lucky to break even.

  • Anonymous

    1) Teen prodigies aren’t banned from getting jobs.  NASA has hired high-IQ teens, Justin Beiber isn’t banned from recording.  But Josh Shelby lost a ton of money this year due to a fall in draft status thanks to a ban. 

    2) Athletic scholarships are very different than academic scholarships on a number of levels. 

    If there were no NBA age-limit, I’d agree with you.