Jeremiah Davis leads Muncie Central to sixth straight win

  • 02/21/2010 8:37 pm in

Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how 2010 signees Victor Oladipo and Will Sheehey and 2011 commitments Austin Etherington and Matt Carlino, as well as other notable prospects being recruited by Indiana, are performing at their respective schools. (Note: This is not intended to be a complete list of players Indiana is recruiting. Only players with published stats are listed.)

You can send us stats or results for this report at [email protected]. Here’s our latest update:


+ Victor Oladipo – DeMatha (MD): Six points in a 84-72 win over Paul VI Catholic on February 16. Eight points in a 71-61 win over McNamara on February 17. Five points in a 62-53 win over O’Connell on February 19.

+ Will Sheehey – Sagemont (FL): Nine points and five assists in 67-39 win over Christian on February 18.


+ Austin Etherington – Hamilton Heights (IN): The Huskies beat Northwestern, 60-56, on February 17, but no individual stats were reported. No individual stats were available for a 52-49 loss to Maconaquah on February 19. Through 16 games, Etherington was averaging 22.9 ppg.

+ Matt Carlino – Bloomington South (IN): 15 points in a 75-59 win over Perry Meridian on February 19 and four points in a 70-51 win over Evansville Harrison on February 20. Bloomington South’s win streak sits at 45, tied for second best all-time in Indiana.

2010 CLASS

+ Moses Abraham – Progressive Christian (MD): With Tom Crean in attendance, 11 points in a 55-50 loss to Friendship Collegiate on February 18.

+ Will Yeguete – Florida Air Academy (FL): 11 points in a loss (final score unavailable) to First Academy on February 18.

2011 CLASS

+ Aaron Thomas – Aiken (OH): 18 points and four rebounds in 66-58 win at St. Xavier on February 16. Poured in 25 points and five rebounds in 78-68 win at Western Hills on February 19.

+ Branden Dawson – Gary Lew Wallace (IN): 34 points, 17 rebounds and five assists in a 77-68 win at Gary Roosevelt on February 19.

+ Cody Zeller – Washington (IN): 34 points in a 63-32 win over Mt. Carmel (IL) on February 19. Nineteen points in a 54-44 win at Southridge on February 20.

+ Jeremiah Davis – Muncie Central (IN) (pictured): 26 points, six assists and four assists in 69-42 win, Muncie Central’s sixth straight, over Marion on February 19.

+ Marquis Teague – Pike (IN): 25 points in a 66-57 loss to Hamilton Southeastern on February 16. A game-high 19 points in a 60-51 win at Franklin Central on February 19.

2012 CLASS

+ A.J. Hammons – Carmel (IN): Eight points in a 51-42 loss at Warren Central on February 16. Eleven points in a 51-36 win over Terre Haute North on February 19.

+ DeJuan Marrero – Bowman Academy (IN): 23 points in a 110-83 win over Covert (MI) on February 16.

+ D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera – North Central (IN): 13 points in a 69-67 loss at Center Grove on February 19. Nineteen points in a 76-63 win over Danville on February 20.

+ Gary Harris – Hamilton Southeastern (IN): 24 points in a 66-57 win at Pike on February 16. Seven points in a 47-37 win at Westfield on February 19.

+ Jeremy Hollowell – Lawrence Central (IN): 19 points in a 70-64 win at Southport on February 19. Lawrence Central fell 69-52 to Franklin Central on February 16 and no individual stats were reported.

+ Kellen Dunham – Pendleton Heights (IN): 21 points in a 50-41 win over New Castle on February 16.

+ Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell – Park Tudor (IN): 11 points in a 68-53 win over Lutheran on February 16. A game-high 29 points in a 67-51 loss at Bishop Chatard on February 19.

+ Ron Patterson – Broad Ripple (IN): 24 points in a 88-54 win at Broad Ripple on February 16. Fourteen points in a 74-52 win over Crispus Attucks on February 20. Broad Ripple beat Indianapolis Tech, 64-54, on February 19, but no individual stats were reported.

2013 CLASS

+ Collin Hartman – Cathedral (IN): 19 points in a 74-64 loss to Ben Davis on February 19. Eighteen points in a 61-60 loss at Terre Haute North on February 20.

+ Darryl Hicks – Shelby County (KY): 19 points in a 63-62 loss at St. Xavier on February 19.

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  • jam52

    We have commitments from the two with the lowest numbers in the list.

  • aerialM

    …and people say IU fans are pessimistic.

  • Indiana Red

    Not sure why, but your post reminds me of the most well-crafted cinematic line of all time:

    “If it bleeds, we can kill it.”

    Get to the chopper, jam52.

  • kentuckyhoosier

    We really need more than two average recruits for 2010 . And we REALLY need one of them to be a BIG man . It shouldnt be this hard to sell an indiana scholarship with the PROMISE of playing time to a big time recruit .

  • Kelin Blab

    kentuckyhoosier…..I think it is harder than we think. You can sell the promise of playing time, having a scholly, at a big time program…..but Coach….”I want to play in the big dance” but Coach you guys won 6 games last year, then 9 games this year……

    What would be your response? Especially when Duke and Kentucky has offered the same kid…..

  • justin288

    jam52, Sheehey only played the first half in a blowout win.

  • marsh21

    Hopefully are guys can play great defense because I'm not seeing much from the other side. You must score the ball as a certain other coach likes to say.

  • Wish

    If possible, can you put rebounds in the recap line instead of points. That's the most important thing we need. I don't care if Zeller put up 50 last night if he's only grabbing 7-8 boards. Might as well get the mind set right from the get go.

  • All I have to report, unfortunately, is normally points. Only a couple players have rebounding stats published.

  • GFDave

    Sheehey has been scoring well all season, routinely into the 20s. VO is not a scorer.

  • GFDave

    I agree that we need a big, mobile guy. Not necessarily a back to the basket guy, but more of a DJ White type of player.

  • chitowniufan

    Lets recruit some solid JUCO players (most importantly some 4s and solid 5s). Start winning with those guys and the freshman recruiting will get easier and better. Remember once upon time when IU had Keith Smart and Dean Garrett? But without improved coaching ability does it really matter who we recruit?

  • GFDave

    We need better players, including bigger players, and JUCOs are a way to go in limited quantity to fill that need.

    I like our coach and I think he has plenty of coaching ability. 70% W/L record at Marquette shows that.

  • silkyslim

    Wanted: Big Man, loads of PT available, program on the upswing, great fanbase, nationally recognized program, no bench time for reasonable skill ability, an awesome opportunity to become part of a great line of college bball history & championships.
    Just need a willingness to work, a team attitude, and desire to learn on the court & in classroom, and PLEASE be able to REBOUND! :o)