Recruiting Archive

Romeo Langford staying humble amidst the hype

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – After a breakout freshman season, a ranking from national scouts and invitations to many top events across the country this summer, it would be easy for New Albany’s Romeo Langford to believe he’s arrived.

The class of 2018 guard averaged 17.6 points and 5.8 rebounds for Jim Shannon and the Bulldogs last season. He already owns five scholarship offers and interest from plenty of high major programs.


Q & A: 2017 guard Al Durham talks Indiana commitment

Class of 2017 Lilburn (Ga.) Berkmar High guard Aljami “Al” Durham became Indiana’s first 2017 commitment when he committed to the Hoosiers on Monday morning.

Inside the Hall spoke to Durham earlier today to get his thoughts on his early decision and much more. Our complete Q & A is available below:

Inside the Hall: What led you to making the decision to commit to Indiana?


Class of 2017 guard Al Durham commits to Indiana

Class of 2017 Lilburn (Ga.) Berkmar High guard Aljami “Al” Durham became the first member of Indiana’s 2017 recruiting class on Monday morning when he gave a commitment to the Hoosiers.

Durham was one of several visitors to Saturday’s Hoosier Hysteria, his second unofficial visit to Bloomington. He was offered a scholarship while on campus in June.

“First of all I would like to thank God, my family, close friends and my coaches for guiding and preparing me for this decision,” Durham wrote on his Twitter account. “I would to thank all the coaches and universities that took the time out to recruit and call me. After discussing my options with my family we have decision that Indiana University will be the best place for me to attend college and further my basketball career! Hoosier Nation!!”


Five-star big man Jarrett Allen talks Indiana

Class of 2016 five-star St. Stephen’s Episcopal, Texas forward Jarrett Allen is one of top uncommitted players left on the board nationally.

The 6-foot-10 forward recently announced his list of eight finalists, which includes Indiana. The Hoosiers are joined by Houston, Kansas, Kansas State, Kentucky, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Texas as schools still in the mix for Allen.


Q & A: Coach recaps De’Ron Davis official visit

Class of 2016 Overland, Colorado power forward De’Ron Davis took his official visit to Indiana this past weekend and Inside the Hall spoke at length with his high school coach, Danny Fisher, about the trip on Monday morning.

In our conversation, Fisher addressed several topics including the takeaways from the visit, which schools are standing out in his recruitment, a timeline for a decision and much more. The full Q & A is below: