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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in Free IU Coverage and Recruiting News (05/30)

Here’s the latest free IU Athletics coverage and recruiting news from around the net:

THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE

  • The Daily Hoosier has the latest on the final NBA draft decisions across the Big Ten.  The deadline is at midnight tonight.
  • IUBase helps you understand how the NCAA baseball tournament works and profiles the teams in the Austin regional.  For those so inclined they also have a bracket challenge.
  • The Indiana Daily Student has details on recognition for IU golfer Jake Brown.
  • IUHoosiers has a really neat profile on what made Bill Mallory so special.
  • The Kent Sterling radio show had Juwan Morgan on as a guest today.  You can listen here:

TWEET OF THE DAY

Dickie V seems to be impressed with the goings on in Bloomington.

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]

  • Dan Dakich hints at a Trayce Jackson-Davis reclassification?  Someone on scholarship would have to leave the program to make that happen.  Dakich later walked this back and indicated that it was not going to happen.
  • Multiple reports have Memphis hosting Trendon Watford for an unofficial visit today.
  • 247 Sports reports that 5-star guard Kira Lewis is planning trips to Alabama, Kentucky, Indiana and Kansas.  Could this be a final four?
  • Isaiah Stewart is going to cut his list down to 10 tonight.  Curious how Stewart (33) looks matched up against James Wiseman, the No. 1 ranked player in the class of 2019?  Take a look:

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