HD Video: Chandler White, Hyron Edwards at Best Buy Chicago Classic

  • 05/30/2012 1:50 pm in

Indiana Elite Team Indiana has just one loss this spring thanks in large part to the strong backcourt play of East Chicago Central’s Hyron Edwards and Ft. Wayne Carroll’s Chandler White.

Edwards already has scholarship offers from Indiana and Purdue and White is receiving interest from Indiana, Purdue, Michigan, Michigan State and Xavier.

Here’s a look at Edwards and White from the Best Buy Chicago Classic: (Footage provided by our friends at UMHoops.com)

UMHoops also has scouting notes from the Best Buy Chicago Classic and a Q & A with Edwards.

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  • N71

    For whatever reason I was expecting Hyron to be a little water bug type point guard but relative to the other kids playing he’s not undersized.  He looks bigger for his age versus where Yogi was so I’m not sure the “Hyron is too small for the Big Ten” thing holds water.  He looks great, like Yogi or Teague who are ultra aggressive guards.  The defense is always scrambling to figure out where they are because they’re always on the attack.  He looks great, would love to have him come to IU, but he’ll do well wherever he goes.  Please don’t let it be Purdue though, that would be a real kick in the head.

  • Evansville Hoosier

    I was thinking the same thing, he looked like an average size player out there. And man, he gets up to the rim too.

  • SCHoosier

    A pretty good looking backcourt if you asked me..which you didn’t..so….

  • SirEric

    CTC, go get Hyron. The kid is a stud. You can’t teach that kind of athleticism. 

  • jahhoosier

    Teague-the-Younger is who popped up in my mind, though I think Hyron will be better.

    Of all the kids Coach Crean is recruiting, Hyron is the one I most hope becomes a Hoosier. There’s just something about him.

  • jahhoosier

    Teague-the-Younger is who popped up in my mind, though I think Hyron will be better.

    Of all the kids Coach Crean is recruiting, Hyron is the one I most hope becomes a Hoosier. There’s just something about him.