Indiana fans will have to wait to find out the college plans of 4-star class of 2022 forward Noah Clowney.
But they won’t have to wait long.
The 6-foot-10 Clowney had previously planned to disclose his destination on Halloween, but he announced on Monday evening he is going to push that decision back by one day.
“My previous commitment day was October 31. I have decided to push it back a day so I will be committing on November 1st, 11/1,” Clowney wrote on his Twitter page.
Clowney is choosing from among a final four of Indiana, Virginia Tech, Alabama and Florida. He is scheduled to take an official visit to Alabama this weekend after previously seeing the other three contenders over the last two months.
The Roebuck, S.C. product is currently ranked the No. 62 player overall and the No. 9 power forward in the class according to the 247Sports Composite. The final main target in the class, he fits a positional need for Indiana. The Hoosiers have class of 2022 commitments from guards C.J. Gunn and Jalen Hood-Schifino, and hybrid forward Kaleb Banks.
To see Clowney’s complete profile page with quotes, highlights and all the latest news, GO HERE.
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