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Q & A: Nationally-ranked 2025 point guard Jalen Haralson recaps Indiana visit

Point guard Jalen Haralson, a nationally-ranked recruit in the class of 2025, was on Indiana’s campus on Monday for an unofficial visit. Haralson, who attends Fishers High School and plays with the Indy Heat AAU program, is the No. 13 ...

Q & A: Class of 2025 forward Trent Sisley recaps Indiana visit

Key 2025 target Trent Sisley was in Bloomington on Tuesday for an unofficial visit. Sisley, a rising sophomore who attends Heritage Hills High School, has had a busy week as he was at Purdue on Monday. Inside the Hall spoke ...

Recruiting heating up for class of 2023 four-star forward Arrinten Page

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Away from the court, Arrinten Page has a calm and cool demeanor. That changes when he steps between the lines. Page, who has a strong and mature body, was aggressive and physical during the third session of ...

Class of 2025 five-star prospect Jalen Haralson thriving on Nike EYBL circuit

Receiving a Division I offer at the age of 14 can be a little surprising — even for a player like Jalen Haralson. The Fishers High School phenom, who turned 15 at the end of April, more than held his ...

Stock rising for class of 2025 Indiana in-state target Trent Sisley

Competing against older players has become the norm for Trent Sisley. It started at home with his brother, Blake, who is playing at Wright State. Then he went from eighth grade hoops to varsity basketball. Now, the class of 2025 ...

2023 Bloomington North forward JQ Roberts talks junior season, Indiana Junior All-Star selection

His high school coach described him as a “lockdown” defender — a player who can guard all five positions on the floor. And offensively, JQ Roberts is becoming more and more efficient. Versatile might be the best way to describe ...

‘He is what IU is looking for’: 2023 Indiana target Xavier Booker helps Cathedral win Class 4A state title

INDIANAPOLIS — Xavier Booker saw the play developing. Coming off a down screen from a teammate, the 6-foot-11, 210-pound center darted to the right wing and caught the basketball in rhythm for a catch-and-release 3-pointer. Nothing but net. It was ...