Around the Hall: Cody Zeller, recruiting notes, more

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall staff:

· With major changes potentially on the horizon for USA Basketball, Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports speculates on a potential roster for the 2016 Olympic team that includes Cody Zeller.

· Indiana is making a run at 2013 forward Troy Williams, according to his uncle and AAU coach, Boo Williams.

· Robbi Pickeral of ESPN.com goes all-access with big man Kennedy Meeks, one several recruits still on the board in Indiana’s 2013 recruiting efforts.

· 2015 Indiana Cathedral guard and IU recruiting target Jalen Coleman will visit Michigan and Michigan State on Monday according to Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star.

· UMHoops.com has scouting video of 2014 Park Tudor wing Trevon Bluiett from last week’s GRBA Nationals at the Spiece Fieldhouse in Ft. Wayne.

· 2015 guard Austin Conway and 2016 forward Deron Davis of the Colorado Hawks both have offers from Indiana, according to the AAU program’s Twitter account.

· The Indianapolis Star is near the conclusion of its countdown of the top 50 Indiana players of all-time with Calbert Cheaney at No. 3.

· NBE Basketball offers up a final report of the inaugural “Live in AC” event with mentions of a pair of Team Takeover prospects with Indiana interest.

  • stroot

    So that leaves Isiah Thomas and Scott May for the #1 and #2 spots. Is there any chance that Scott *doesn’t* finish at the top?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steve-Fischer/691470077 Steve Fischer

    We have made enough offers to field two teams – a cream and a crimson who could vie for the Big 10 Title. We need to leave something for Purdue or they will be stealing recruits from Prairie View A&M.

  • http://twitter.com/IAMRIGHTagain Claude Askins

    When the big redhead was outside the top 10, I thought no way. After reading the profiles and doing some thinking Hutchens may be right. That’s hard to believe that there has been that much talent at one program.
    Also Landon Turner is a top 20 kid. All American and NCAA winner. Would have been the Big Ten Player of the year in 1982 and a top 3 pick in the NBA draft.

  • Remy Willing and Abell

    I’ve always loved the story about Bob Knight helping Landon Turner get drafted after his accident . About Troy Williams , I know Louisville has been on him hard , The radio show here has often mentioned how much Pitino likes him and his team mate . Is it me or are there so many recruits offered that it’s kinda hard to keep track of or at least decipher who might be the best fit for us ?

  • dtfreed

    TW look like he may be 40 years old. . .Putting Isiah in the top two, really, a bad coach, worst b-ball executive, and couldn’t be on the ’92 Olympic team because of his difficult personality, I don’t see him in the top 5.

  • Remy Willing and Abell

    4 of them

  • Kelin Blab

    …..but based on his Indiana talents I can see him in the top 5

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1135592086 Jeremy Pinnell

    When you have Schlundt, Dees, and Bellamy already in the top ten, Benson is a little below him when it comes to centers. Hopefully Cody is bringing back the IU tradition of dominate centers again. Read their profiles if you wonder how good they were. Schlundt and Bellamy were unbelievable. Schlundt was getting the “Hack a Shaq” almost 40 years before Shaq was born. The records he set just for free throws are amazing. I do have Isiah first with May second. I did feel Turner should be top 20, but who do you take out? IU has produced a lot of great players in its history.

  • hoosierdaddy3

    If Blackmon fully recovers then that class is already ridiculous.

  • Gregg Schmitz

    Thomas only played one year at IU. He’s not on my list at all.

  • IURob1997

    I think he’s definately top 5 but how is he higher than Calbert Cheaney? I don’t see that at all.

  • Evansville Hoosier

    Because he won a championship I presume.

  • Quality Control

    I would’nt mind us having TW, but only without the Barber Package deal! Don’t won’t Barber too much going on!!

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