It’s getting late in the 2024 class as the early signing period nears, and that means dominoes are falling.
For Indiana fans, the news isn’t good this week, with three main targets seemingly off the board.
Class of 2024 4-star wing Annor Boateng has canceled his scheduled visit to IU next weekend, Jamie Shaw of On3 is reporting via sources.
Indiana appeared to be in a good spot to get Boateng’s final visit prior to this development.
UPDATE: Boateng committed to Missouri on Friday.
Meanwhile, The Daily Memphian is reporting 4-star guard Curtis Givens is no longer considering IU.
Givens tells that outlet he’s trimmed his list down to three schools, with only Memphis, Texas and LSU remaining in contention for his services. Givens visited Indiana two weeks ago.
Earlier this week, 2024 5-star forward Asa Newell announced a final four group of schools that didn’t include Indiana.
These latest developments appear to leave IU focused on a main three in the 2024 class of 5-star forward Liam McNeeley, 5-star big man Derik Queen, and 5-star guard Boogie Fland. With prospects of that caliber, Indiana still has a chance to land a very good 2024 class. But the pressure is on to start winning some very high profile and competitive recruitments.
Fland is on an official visit to Alabama this weekend, while Queen is at LSU. McNeeley appears to be done with visits and will decide between Indiana and Kansas.
The main schools contending for Queen appear to be Indiana, Maryland, Houston and Kansas, while for Fland it appears to be Alabama, Kentucky and IU.
There are other players IU has been involved with in the 2024 class who are still on the board, such as Tyler Betsey, Rakease Passmore and Travis Perry, but the Hoosiers do not appear to have significant momentum in those recruitments at this time.
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