Indiana has dipped into the overseas market for its latest class of 2023 recruiting target.
On Thursday the Hoosiers extended a scholarship offer to Finland’s Miro Little.
The 6-foot-4 Little reported the offer on his Twitter page.
— Miro Little (@MiroLittle23) September 3, 2021
Indiana was the first high major offer for the 17 year-old Helsinki product.
According to a report by national 247 analyst Travis Branham, Little is also hearing from Gonzaga, Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Illinois, Villanova, USC, Colorado, Providence, Clemson, Wisconsin, Oklahoma State, Miami and Wake Forest. He told Branham Villanova, Indiana and Providence have been the most active in his recruitment to this point.
IU assistant coach Dane Fife is leading the recruitment of Little, who plays for the Helsinki Basketball Academy. There he averaged 9.4 points, 5.9 rebounds and 4.0 assists while shooting 46 percent from the field overall and 35 percent from behind-the-arc with HBA-Marsky in Finland’s First Division. He also played for Finland for the 16U FIBA European championships, and averaged 9.8 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.8 assists and while shooting 38.2 percent on 34 attempts from 3-point range.
Both of Little’s parents played college basketball in the United States according to Branham’s report.
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