The IU basketball program is expecting a large contingent of young recruiting prospects at Hoosier Hysteria on Friday evening in Bloomington.
Several prospects from the classes of 2025 and 2026 are expected.
Here are the expected visitors who we either previously reported, or who have been reported by other outlets today that we’ve been able to confirm so far.
This list may be updated as the day progresses:
(Rankings are according to On3 Industry Average)
– Malachi Moreno, 2025, Kentucky, 4-star, No. 41, 7-foot center
– Braylon Mullins, 2025, Indiana, 4-star, No. 97, 6-foot-5 shooting guard
– Trent Sisley, 2025, Indiana, 4-star, No. 54, 6-foot-7 forward
– Azavier Robinson, 2025, Indiana, 3-star, No. 116, 6-foot-1 guard
– Jayden Johnson, 2026, Kentucky, 4-star, No. 37, 6-foot-5 guard
– Gabe Weis, 2026, Kentucky, NR, 6-foot-7 forward
– Gabriel Sularski, 2026, Illinois, NR, 6-foot-6 forward
– Aidan Chronister, 2026, Arkansas, NR, 6-foot-7 forward
– Taylen Kinney, 2026, Kentucky, NR, 6-foot guard
– DeZhon Hall, 2026, Indiana, NR, 6-foot-3 guard
– EJ Hazelett, 2026, Indiana, NR, 6-foot-6 wing
– Justin Curry, 2026, Indiana, NR, 6-foot-3 guard
In case you missed it, here are the full details for Hoosier Hysteria for Friday evening:
The 2023 edition of Hoosier Hysteria is set for Friday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. ET inside Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
Students may enter at 6:15 p.m. with doors opening for the general public at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free, but those attending are asked to donate a canned food item to benefit the Hoosier Hills Food Bank.
Parking is free. Fans are asked to enter via Gates 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 with ADA parking available in Gate 13. Due to the Homecoming Parade, 17th Street will be closed from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Please enter off the Bypass (Gate 10 or 11) to park on the Athletics campus during this time.
Food Trucks: Food trucks will be available outside of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall beginning at 4:30 p.m. Local cuisine will be served until 6:30 p.m. for those attending the Homecoming Parade and fans lining up to attend Hoosier Hysteria.
Hosts: IU graduate Rhett Lewis (IU Radio Network/Sirius XM) and Meghan McKeown (BTN) will serve as the emcees for the evening.
Meet The Hoosiers: Both the men’s and women’s teams will be introduced to open the program. Coach Teri Moren and Coach Mike Woodson will address the crowd.
On The Court: Members of both programs will take part in a 3-point shooting contest, skills competitions, and other basketball activities followed by a halfcourt shot for tuition.
Concert: Atlanta based rapper, Gucci Mane, will perform at the conclusion of Hoosier Hysteria. Gucci Mane has received various nominations at the Grammy Awards, BET Hip Hop Awards, iHeart Radio Music Awards, and MTV Video Music Awards. In 2015, Vice wrote an article calling Gucci Mane, “the most influential rapper of the last decade.”
B1G+: Fans wishing to watch Hoosier Hysteria can do so by purchasing a B1G+ subscription. A subscription to B1G+ does NOT require a Big Ten Network TV subscription with a TV provider. To order, click here https://www.bigtenplus.com/en-int/page/payment. A season pass which will bring you all of the live events featuring IU Athletics on BTN+ is $79.95. A monthly IU pass is $9.95. The men’s team will be featured on B1G+ three times this season with two exhibitions and one regular season matchup, while nine women’s games will be shown on the service.
Floating Head Posters: The iconic Indiana Men’s and Women’s Basketball floating heads schedule posters are now available for the 2022-23 season. Posters are $15 and fans attending Hoosier Hysteria can purchase their posters at the Indiana Team Store located inside the west doors of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m.
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