As we’ve previously reported on an individual basis, the IU basketball program will host three top-50 visitors from the class of 2025 this weekend.
In-state combo-guard Jalen Haralson will be on campus this weekend for another visit. Indiana offered the Fishers, Ind. product a scholarship before his first high school game, and they’ve been in hot pursuit since. The 6-foot-6 Haralson is a 5-star prospect and the No. 7 player nationally in his class according to the On3 Industry Average. He transferred from Fishers H.S. to national prep powerhouse La Lumiere (LaPorte, Ind.) during the offseason. Haralson has made several trips to IU.
2025 shooting guard Darius Adams is a new teammate of Haralson at La Lumiere, and he’ll accompany Haralson in Bloomington this weekend. IU offered the 6-foot-4 Adams in August. The New Jersey based shooting guard is a 4-star according to On3, and the No. 24 overall player in the 2025 class. Adams plays travel basketball with the PSA Cardinals, a program the Indiana staff is well connected to. This will be his first IU visit.
Finally, 6-foot-11 class of 2025 center Malachi Moreno will also be on campus this weekend. The Georgetown, Ky. product is the No. 48 overall player in the 2025 class according to On3 Average. Moreno’s recruitment continues to expand after a strong showing this summer playing for the Indiana Elite Adidas 3SSB program. IU offered Moreno a year ago, and he has visited Bloomington on multiple occasions.
Meanwhile, this is obviously a high profile weekend for the IU football program as well, and a chance to invite some of their top targets to Bloomington.
In fact, 247Sports national recruiting analyst Steve Wiltfong said on the College Football Recruiting Show that an IU staff member told him this will be the most prospects on campus for a game in the Tom Allen era.
Some of the prospects mentioned by Wiltfong who will be at the Ohio State game include Ohio product Tim Carpenter, IU’s quarterback commit in the 2024 class, Danville, Ind. offensive tackle Evan Lawrence, and Fishers H.S. running back Khobie Martin.
Carpenter recently made a major move up the national recruiting rankings.
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