• CreamandCrimson

    I still don’t really know why Trevon Blueitt continues to be way down the priority list when most commenters list their “wish list” for the 2014 class. I’m not saying everyone is wrong or idiotic for not considering Blueitt along with Lyle and Okonoboh and Exum and Pinson (previously). It’s just my opinion that Trevon Blueitt would be an outstanding addition to the IU program. He’s a great scorer. He appears to have the potential to turn into a very strong guy which could present matchup problems for other teams. He’s a good rebounder. His teams win….a lot.

    I don’t know if I’d rather have Blueitt over Okonoboh (I haven’t seen him play near enough to make a determination on that) or over Lyle or over Exum but if we didn’t get Lyle and Exum, I’d be thrilled to have Blueitt as a Hoosier.

  • Daburns0

    I really like Blueitt’s game. He has a really big frame, and can knock down shots. The problem is that we have more wings than bdubs and his athleticism isn’t at a high level. It seems like he does well against the high end aau teams. I know that aau defense is matador style for the most part. Anybody have any insights on how his game will translate at a high D1 level?

  • HoosierTrav

    He will be the best scorer out of any prospect on Speice’s team while he’s in college. I’m not convinced we will get him though.

  • shknqk

    Calcheaney 2.0 if a Hoosier. All he does is win and make buckets.

  • skotchie

    @ ITH, how heavily is Trevon being recruited? People I’ve spoken to who claim to be “in the know” say he is only luke warm on considering IU. Sorry I cannot reveal my sources though it’s not my hair dresser!

  • PV Mike

    I have not seen this kid since he played with Yogi. His body has really matured since I last saw him. This guy should be at IU. Seems poised and can really hit the outside shot.

  • HostileHoosier

    I like this kid alot if you watch his foot work he isnt all that fast but he is a glider, meaning he keeps his feet close to the floor making his steps faster than they seem to be. He has a good frame allowing him to grow and push players around and can score from just about anywhere. I really dont see why this kid isnt being looked at as an impact on just about any team.

  • ScoopGeoff

    Well I see him as kind of an Adrian Dantley, Mark Aguirre type… Those guys knew how to score while being considerably less athletic than their competition. Had great strokes, but savvy enough to score in other ways against bigger, longer guys. Really don’t see any of those guys in the NBA any more, but I would be shocked if it doesn’t translate to at least moderate success at the high-major level.

    I also view him as a winner and maybe a bit of an a-hole on the court, which I think will translate to the next level.

    Not sure his personality fits with Crean’s. I’m guessing he sorta has a crush on Brad Stevens and ends up at Butler, having a very solid 4 year career.