The Indiana University basketball program released the following brief statement on Thursday afternoon:
“Hunter Undergoes Surgery; Will Remain Out Indefinitely
Indiana University men’s basketball coach Archie Miller announced today that freshman Jerome Hunter underwent surgery Wednesday evening at the Cleveland Clinic to treat a lower body condition that first developed early in the semester.
His is recovering from the procedure and hopes to return to campus next week. Hunter, who has not seen any game action, will remain out indefinitely.
Due to HIPPA [sic] laws, the program is not allowed to comment on specifics of the condition.”
No further information is available at this time.
Hunter is a top 50 recruit out of Pickerington, Ohio and was expected to see significant action in his freshman campaign.
You can read our preseason profile on Hunter here.
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