Finnish guard Miro Little has set up three visits in January as he begins to narrow his recruitment.
The 6-foot-4 Little will visit Baylor, Villanova and Indiana over a week-long stretch.
Little confirmed the news on his Twitter page, first reported by 247Sports national analyst Travis Branham.
— Miro Little (@MiroLittle23) December 29, 2021
Little should get to see Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall at its best. His visit to Indiana coincides with their home game against Purdue.
Indiana is in an interesting spot relative to Villanova and Baylor. The Hoosiers already have commitments from two guards in the 2023 class in Gabe Cupps and Jakai Newton. Villanova and Baylor have no commits in the 2023 class.
IU was the first high major program to offer Little in September, and assistant coach Dane Fife went to Finland for a visit last month.
Both of Little’s parents played college basketball in the United States. Little plays for the Helsinki Basketball Academy for HBA-Marsky in Finland’s First Division. He also played for Finland in the 16U FIBA European championships.
See also: Little 2021 fall highlight reel
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