2013 Indiana Basketball Recruiting Board

The 2013 Indiana Basketball Recruiting Board, inspired by the Football Recruiting Board on mgoblog and the Hotboard on UMHoops, is a collection of information on recruits that Indiana is believed to be recruiting for its 2013 class.

Information that appears on school lists is collected from public recruit profiles on ESPN, Rivals, Scout, 247Sports and various news outlets. School lists only denote reported interest, not offers. The board should not be considered a complete list of prospects being recruited and is not endorsed by Indiana University.

If there is a prospect we should consider adding, please drop us an email at insidethehall@gmail.com.

Last Updated: 5/15/13

Collin Hartman (Committed on November 21, 2010)

Forward, 6-6, 190-pounds, Cathedral (IN), Eric Gordon All-Stars
ESPN: 3-star (NR); Rivals: 3-star (NR); Scout: 3-star (NR)

Notes: Hartman is a versatile forward that can shoot from the perimeter. His ball handling is outstanding for his size and his basketball IQ is above average. Hartman will need to continue improving his upper body strength, agility and his ability to score off the dribble if he hopes to earn early minutes in Bloomington.

Devin Davis Jr. (Committed on November 21, 2010)

Forward, 6-6, 190-pounds, Warren Central (IN), Eric Gordon All-Stars
ESPN: 3-star (NR); Rivals: 3-star (127); Scout: 3-star (NR)

Notes: Davis is known for his versatility and also a player that doesn’t take a play off. His jump shot continues to improve and should fill a role nicely in Bloomington.

Luke Fischer (Committed on December 31, 2011)

Forward, 6-10, 210-pounds, Germantown (WI), Wisconsin Swing
ESPN: 4-star (34); Rivals: 4-star (94); Scout: 4-star (79)

Notes: Fischer became the third member of IU’s 2013 class with a verbal pledge shortly after the Hoosiers dispatched of No. 2 Ohio State on New Year’s Eve. After suffering a broken hand in January, the future IU big man returned to help lead Germantown to an undefeated season and state championship. As a senior, he again led Germantown to an undefeated state championship and won Mr. Basketball in Wisconsin.

Stanford Robinson (Committed on May 16, 2012)

Guard, 6-4, 175-pounds, Findlay Prep (NV), Team Takeover
ESPN: 4-star (99); Rivals: 4-star (56); Scout: 4-star (59)

Notes: Robinson became the fourth commit in IU’s 2013 class after taking an unofficial visit to Bloomington on May 14.  He averaged 13.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game and shot 76.1 percent from the foul line in his junior campaign as Paul VI won both the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference and City titles. Robinson averaged 16.2 points on 58.5% shooting in the EYBL Finals at the Peach Jam. Robinson transferred to Findlay Prep in Las Vegas for his senior season and the Pilots finished the season 35-1.

Troy Williams (Committed on October 28, 2012)

Forward, 6-7, 190-pounds, Oak Hill Academy (VA), Boo Williams
ESPN: 4-star (54); Rivals: 4-star (47); Scout: 4-star (67)

Notes: Williams committed to Indiana on Oct. 28, just a week after wrapping up his official visit to Bloomington. He’s an explosive forward that can score in a variety of ways from the wing.

Noah Vonleh (Committed November 10, 2012)

Forward, 6-8, 220-pounds, New Hampton School (MA), Mass Rivals
ESPN: 5-star (13); Rivals: 5-star (8); Scout: 5-star (7)

Notes: Vonleh gave a verbal commitment to Indiana to the Hoosiers on an official visit after deciding to reclassify from 2014 to 2013 back in late Sept. He’s the highest rated commitment to-date for Indiana under Tom Crean.

  • Evan

    According to Rivals.com, Indiana is Recruiting about twice as many players at what is on this list. Why isn’t everybody listed?

  • Evan

    According to Rivals.com, Indiana is Recruiting about twice as many players at what is on this list. Why isn’t everybody listed?

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

    The “Update’ is missing the phrase next to BJ Anna’s name ( Committed on xxx 2012)

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

    The “Update’ is missing the phrase next to BJ Anna’s name ( Committed on xxx 2012)

  • SCHoosier

    Monte made a good decision..it wasn’t gonna happen for him at IU..but he’s a player. Good luck to him.

  • Bubmack

    If there is a wall of shame in bloom…we should stick his Mellon at the top.

  • Bubmack

    If there is a wall of shame in bloom…we should stick his Mellon at the top.

  • HoosierDaddy233

    He’s right. We are way too late in recruitment plus he is so close to his Mormon faith. IU would have to declare themselve Mormon in order to get him interested in IU.

  • HoosierDaddy233

    He’s right. We are way too late in recruitment plus he is so close to his Mormon faith. IU would have to declare themselve Mormon in order to get him interested in IU.

  • http://twitter.com/XLevelOnline J.T. @ XLevel

    I do have to say that BYU is a strong possibility and it probably is too late, but when you take a look at the other schools listed, I think we missed one here.

  • http://twitter.com/XLevelOnline J.T. @ XLevel

    I’m wondering how a player outside the top 100 like Hartman and possibly Davis Jr. fit into this class with the talent we are still recruiting at their height and position.

  • http://twitter.com/XLevelOnline J.T. @ XLevel

    I’m wondering how a player outside the top 100 like Hartman and possibly Davis Jr. fit into this class with the talent we are still recruiting at their height and position.

  • iupapaw

    ? WHAT ABOUT A PLAYER NAMED REGGIE CAMERON,FROM PATTERSON,NJ,,I HEAR HE HAS INTEREST IN INDIANA AND HAS TALKED TO TWO OF THE COACHES

  • iupapaw

    ? WHAT ABOUT A PLAYER NAMED REGGIE CAMERON,FROM PATTERSON,NJ,,I HEAR HE HAS INTEREST IN INDIANA AND HAS TALKED TO TWO OF THE COACHES

  • HoosierFan96

    Anybody else think Kennedy Meeks is a better option for us than Anya/Lee?

  • bmhall24@gmail.com

    Davis is a Sheehey-like, aggressive, defensive, energetic, wild-man. He will see minutes for effort alone, especially with CTC coming from an MSU/Izzo background of rebouding and defense. Hartman will be like Etherington…committed and good enough when we were winning 6 games/year, would never be recruiter/offered with the current state of the program. Never will Hartman or Etherington see the floor consistently in conference play and beyond.

  • Cougar

    I’m not wodering, IU like the Illini had no shot with Parker, Crean did the right
    thing to look elsewere.

  • pmp

    just a suggestion, could you please put the position of each player on here? I try to keep up with all the recruits but sometimes it gets hard to keep each players positions straight. thanks!

  • http://www.insidethehall.com/ Alex Bozich

    Every player has their position listed below their name.

  • dan tu

    They’re looking for players that can be versatile. Look at Will Sheehee. He plays many different positions.e
    ?

  • Mooks

    Beejay is no longer the #1 Center. What happened with the rankings?

  • Mooks

    Beejay is no longer the #1 Center. What happened with the rankings?

  • IUPAPAW

    SO DO WE PENCIL IN RON FOR THE IU CLASS OF 2013

  • SearsTower

    The Chicago AAU team that he is on is corrupt.

  • Disco_Briscoe

    Where is Ron Patterson on here? I really think we have good chance at Anya. This could be a 6 man class…we know it will work it’s way out in the end.

  • http://twitter.com/IUinNap Caleb Moore

    Come on Meeks and Ojeleye!

  • http://www.insidethehall.com/ Alex Bozich

    IU is not actively recruiting Patterson.

  • stroot

    …no.

  • The_Real_Assembly_Hall

    I am very excited about all of the players from 2013. I still like Anya and would love to see him as a Hoosier for a pretty big reason. I love us transitioning back to the up tempo Hurryin’ Hoosiers but having a bruiser (or an enforcer if you will) gives our boys the ability to back up the swell of swagger they are going to have with a bit of an edge or attitude. DJ was phenomenal when he adopted that role, and even Marco delivered on that to an extent. Heck you can even argue that even when DeAndre Thomas came in the game you knew he was going to try and back people down. Mike White, not a legend but that was his role to be physical and mix it up. AJ Moye completely gave us a mental edge by doing that. When Xavier Keeling left I feel like we lost out on that from him. Cody himself is remarkable and the complete package in every single aspect and for that I feel lucky to cheer for him at IU. He will be a legend without question, but a pinch of attitude and a tough guy who can bring that to the team would do us some good. Especially, on the road. I feel like that would best come from Anya, but I could be wrong. Just a few thoughts.

  • IUPAPAW

    SO HOW DID THE HOME VISIT GO WITH TROY WILLIAMS,CAN HE COME FOR HOOSIER HYSTERIA ON OCT 20TH

  • Tim Indy

    I don’t know who or how many people they think we will lose, but with Robinson, we are already oversigned by 1 for 2013. Say we get BJA and another one of these top 50 guys, do we withdrawal offers for Hartman & Davis? I don’t want to be another UK, but when these 2nd tier guys commit so early, doesn’t that count us out on some of the top players who all seem to wait until the end to commit? Right now, only 7 of the top 25 for 2013 are committed, and 0 of the top 5. I don’t want us to get a bunch of one & done players, so I guess I really don’t want to see most top 10′s.

  • Tim Indy

    I’d get bigger goosebumps if Cody stays 3 more years. Don’t leave him out of your lineup!

  • SCHoosier

    Cody is gone..and if Creek doesn’t show something this year…and gets a degree..ex[pect him in some staff position. No way can IU keep him on scholarship another year without jeapordizing the future of the team. Sorry ..there it is.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gwoodsii Gary Woods

    How is this class supposed to be 5 or 6 players. Even if Cody goes to the NBA that only frees up 4 scholarships. Don’t get me wrong I would love to snag two of these guys left, but how. Unless somebody has already told Crean they are planning to transfer after this championship run or somebody is planning to pay their own way.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1454466495 Chris Jones

    How are they still recruiting? They have 3 for sure spots open for next year and four commits already.

  • naaa

    hes commited to kansas state

  • iufan8

    With 5 locked up and I am predicting Zeller staying 4 years(unlikely but possible given family history), we are gonna need something drastic to happen to be able to sign all of these guys plus either Vonleh or Anya, hopefully. I just wonder how Indiana expects to do that but it will always work out.

  • http://twitter.com/btown1056 brian workman

    I’m more interested in Vonleh than anyone. I have heard Anya is set to go to NC State now.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1454466495 Chris Jones

    I think Davis and hartman should decommitt. They won’t get playing time with this talent anyway.

  • MaceoBaston

    Are all these players allowed to send in their LOI’s during the early signing period? I thought you could only oversign by one?

  • China Hoosier

    What are the rules/practices regarding taking away a scholarship from a returning player? It seems they will need to create some space for the incoming recruits.

  • Bigred1

    Actually zeller is still the highest rated recruit still for iu, u can’t go by that stuff, look at olidipo and sheehey, just ridiculous u csnt measure a kids heart or work ethic. Michael Jordan and Larry bird and most greats just didnt pocess greatness, lots if heart and tons of practice

  • http://www.facebook.com/cindie.shumaker Cindie Shumaker

    Have you ever looked at Clay Yeo at Triton High School?

  • http://www.facebook.com/cindie.shumaker Cindie Shumaker

    Have you ever looked at Clay Yeo at Triton High School?

  • Tom Sparks

    Avid IU fan living in NC after retiring from the US Army. Tough area to be an IU fan. Too many Buckeye fans, let alone the ACC and SEC. I love wearing my sweatshirt with all the IU National Championships and the picture on the back of the National Champs and undefeated team. GO BIG RED.

  • IUHope

    Jaren Sina?

  • http://twitter.com/dapjmin A. D. Richardson

    How sad to see ‘marginal’ players entering the NBA draft. Zeller isn’t ready and he will continue to be pushed around by players with strength and mobility. He is too slow, can’t hit the outside shot, has bad hands, and cn’t endure the 80+game schedule.
    A good way to handle those players who are willing to listen to those who won’t be the ones to suffer the consequences of ‘bad decisions’ is to have clauses in a college recruits’ agreement: They must repay ALL monies associated with the scholarships they recieved while at the school. Remember, that athlete filled a position another may have gotten and completed. There MUST be a punishment for the athlete who leaves early which is a lesson in responsibility as an adult. It is past time people learn about honoring their commitments they make!!!

  • FeatheryOne5

    “He is too slow, can’t hit the outside shot, has bad hands…”

    Did you watch any IU games this year? Please watch Zeller drive to the basket, draw the foul, and make the basket to go. It happened nearly every game/every few possessions. While you’re at it, look up FG% stats along with “best big man who can run the floor” comments.

    Not sure if you’re a troll or not… so I’ll spare you further insult to injury. Best do research before posting on a message board full of knowledgeable IU fans.

  • gerald

    you look really smart now

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