Indiana freshman Romeo Langford has signed with Happy Walters and Catalysts Sports agency. The New Albany star will be participating in the 2019 NBA Draft.
Matt and Noah dive into the remaining scholarship spots available for the Indiana Basketball team. Who is still available, what kind of shot does Indiana have to land some recruits, and who should Indiana target the most.
Four-star and top 65 guard Anthony Harris commits to North Carolina. The 6-foot-3 combo guard will play for Roy Williams and the Tar Heels.
With the NBA Early Entry deadline coming this evening (11:59 pm on April 21st, 2019), players across the country will need to have made their declarations to participate in the 2019 NBA draft. We take a look at the current Big Ten players that have already announced their intentions and we assess their likelihood of returning to college basketball.
Archie Miller gets another top four-star combo guard on campus with an official visit. Anthony Harris decommitted from Virginia Tech earlier this month.
Archie Miller and the Indiana staff have added a 6’11”, 230 lb front court player to their roster. The graduate transfer from Butler University can play right away and has two years of eligibility remaining.
Key dates and events to keep in mind as the 2019 off season takes full swing. Get to know the new rules, what has changed, and when recruiting periods occur.
The 2018-19 college basketball season has officially concluded. So what are the biggest lessons from a Big Ten perspective? First of all, never count out …
Two of the four finalists for Indiana Mr. Basketball include future Hoosiers, Armaan Franklin and Trayce Jackson-Davis.
Where things stand with Indiana and 6’11” graduate transfer Joey Brunk, who was a top 100 recruit from Southport High School. Brunk has two years of eligibility and is immediately available.