Tom Crean, along with former IU standouts D.J. White and Victor Oladipo, are hosting a soldout camp this weekend at Assembly Hall and met with the media to discuss the experience.
Oladipo also talked about his first couple of months as a NBA player and White addressed his future as a professional:
INDIANAPOLIS — Former Indiana forward D.J. White was back in the Hoosier state on Thursday night for the Knox Indy Pro-Am at Cardinal Ritter.
White teamed with Earl Calloway, Roderick Wilmont, Derek Elston, Jordan Hulls and Daniel Moore in an exhibition against a group of former Purdue players. The Alabama native finished with 23 points, but the IU alumni team fell, 110-106.
Afterward, White discussed a variety of topics with reporters, including Indiana’s Big Ten championship season as well as his future in professional basketball.
INDIANAPOLIS — Derek Elston and Jordan Hulls will soon begin the next step in their basketball careers as professionals.
Elston will leave for Malta next month and Hulls for Poland later this month. Inside the Hall caught up with both players last night following the Knox Indy Pro-Am at Cardinal Ritter for an update on what’s next as they prepare to head overseas:
Indiana senior Will Sheehey and sophomore guard Yogi Ferrell met with the media on Tuesday afternoon to discuss their experiences in Kazan, Russia with USA Basketball for the 2013 World University Games.
Watch and listen to both press conferences in the embedded media players below:
INDIANAPOLIS — Class of 2016 Campbellsville (Ky.) guard Quentin Goodin has an early scholarship offer from Indiana and five other schools and participated in the training camp for the 2013-2014 USA Basketball Men’s developmental national team earlier this year.
Inside the Hall has compiled more than a minute of footage of Goodin, one of the top young guards in the midwest, at last week’s adidas Invitational in the embedded media player below:
· Quentin Goodin is a priority for Indiana in 2016 class
· 2016 guard Quentin Goodin excited by Indiana offer
INDIANAPOLIS — Class of 2014 Wilbraham and Monson Academy (Ma.) forward Goodluck Okonoboh is a top recruiting target for programs like Duke, Indiana, Louisville and Syracuse and was one of the standouts of last week’s adidas Invitational in Indianapolis.
Inside the Hall has compiled more than six minutes of footage of Okonoboh, who was dominant at times for his Mass Rivals team, in the embedded media player below:
· Goodluck Okonoboh’s recruitment following similar path to that of Noah Vonleh
· Goodluck Okonoboh on shot blocking: “It’s an art”
Hanner Mosquera-Perea, Evan Gordon, Austin Etherington, Jeremy Hollowell and Noah Vonleh met with the media on Tuesday afternoon at Assembly Hall to discuss leadership, offseason progress in the program and much more.
Watch and listen to the 15-minute Q & A session below: