Video: Hanner Perea Highlights at adidas Invitational

LaPorte La Lumiere and Indiana Elite forward Hanner Perea is garnering national attention for his play at last week’s adidas Invitational including being labeled the “premier interior athlete in the 2012 class” by Rivals.com.

In addition to our highlights of Perea in super pool play versus Connecticut Basketball Club, Dream Vision and the Atlanta Celtics, Inside the Hall compiled video of the talented IU commit and Colombia native from three tournament games from Friday and Saturday in the embedded media player below. (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player.)

Video: Demetrius Jackson Highlights at adidas Invitational

2013 Mishawaka Marian and MBA Select point guard Demetrius Jackson holds offers from Michigan and Xavier and is attracting interest from several other high-major schools including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan State and Notre Dame.

Watch over two minutes of Jackson from a pool play game at last week’s adidas Invitational in the embedded media player below. (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player.)

Video: Jeremy Hollowell Highlights at adidas Invitational

2012 Lawrence Central and Indiana Elite wing Jeremy Hollowell put together four days of outstanding play at last week’s adidas Invitational in Indianapolis and as a result, his stock should be on the rise from a national perspective.

In addition to our highlights of Hollowell in pool play versus Connecticut Basketball Club, Dream Vision and the Atlanta Celtics, Inside the Hall compiled video of the talented IU commit from three tournament games from Friday and Saturday in the embedded media player below. (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player.)

HD Video: Luke Fischer at 2011 Kentucky Hoopfest

Germantown (WI) power forward Luke Fischer is the latest 2013 prospect to pick up a scholarship offer from Indiana and Inside the Hall had a chance to watch the 6-foot-9, 210-pound big man on Sunday at the Kentucky Hoopfest.

Watch high-definition quality footage of Fischer (wearing jersey No. 40 in red) in pool play games against Garner Roads and the Atlanta All-Stars in the embedded media player below. (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player.)

Luke Fischer “real excited” about offer from Indiana

2013 Germantown (WI) forward Luke Fischer is a new name to surface on the Indiana recruiting radar in recent weeks. The 6-foot-9, 210-pound Fischer is playing up one age group this summer with Wisconsin Swing and has been watched closely by the Indiana coaching staff during the first week of the July evaluation period.

Tom Crean watched Fischer at both the NY2LA Next Level Invitational last week in Milwaukee and at the Kentucky Hoopfest in Louisville on Sunday. Inside the Hall caught up with Fischer, who has a wingspan of 6-foot-11, after a pool play game at the Kentucky Hoopfest for a Q & A:

On the recent scholarship offer from Indiana:

“He (Tom Crean) said he was really impressed with the film I sent to him. He thinks I would fit great into Indiana basketball. I’m real excited about that.”

On what he knew about Crean before he arrived at Indiana and was coach at Marquette:

“I was a Marquette fan and stuff. I always watched him and when Dwyane Wade was there, I loved watching that. I knew where he was coming from and his type of basketball.”

On the strengths of his game and what he’s working on this summer:

“Probably the post game is my favorite. Jump hooks. I’m looking to face up more and take jump shots when I’m open. I’m really evolving my game to the outside.”

On the schools that have offered and the schools showing interest:

“Indiana, Marquette, Creighton and Drake all offered. And then Wake Forest and Wisconsin are also interested.”

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adidas Invitational: Brannen Greene interview

2013 Monroe (GA) and Atlanta Celtics wing Brannen Greene was among the prospects that received a call from the Indiana coaching staff on June 15, the first day coaches could call juniors-to-be. Greene, the No. 15 prospect nationally in his class by ESPN.com, talked about his game and his recruitment on Thursday at the adidas Invitational:

AAU coach updates progress of Davis, Hartman

Matt Green serves as an assistant coach at Cathedral during the high school season and coaches the Eric Gordon 16-and-under team that features Collin Hartman, Devin Davis Jr., V.J. Beachem and Zak Irvin in the summer.

Inside the Hall caught up with Green after a pool play game at the adidas Invitational on Wednesday to get his thoughts on the spring and summer to-date for Indiana’s two class of 2013 commitments:

On the recent play of Collin Hartman:

“The month of June was big for Collin. He got way more aggressive offensively. We saw him taking the ball to the basket using either hand, going to the basket finishing at the rim. He’s gotten hot in a few games during school ball in June where he really shot it well. I think up at Purdue hit seven 3’s in a game. He’s just made the transition from being kind of the role guy in high school to taking more of a lead role offensively. He’s improved defensively, but rebounding he’s doing a lot better job.”

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