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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in Free IU Coverage and Recruiting News (06/16)

Every day we scour the internet and social media to bring you the best in IU and Big Ten news.  Because you have better things to do with your money, we always try to make sure everything presented here is free.  Here’s today’s latest free IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:

A quiet day in IU news, but still plenty of recruiting news below.


This has become a really nice looking top notch facility…

Breakout year two?


[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]
  • The Daily Hoosier has IU specific comments from four class of 2019 IU targets from this past week.
  • 247 Sports says that five-star IU target Isaiah Stewart is shining at the U17 Team USA trials.
  • Trendon Watford is scheduling unofficial visits this month, including IU.
  • Jahmius Ramsey, who IU appears to be gaining traction with, earns recognition at the NBPA Top 100 Camp — and it is just the kind of recognition that likely attracts Archie Miller.
  • Jerry Meyer of 247 Sports writes a “VIP” article that says the 247 Sports Crystal Ball for Trendon Watford is trending towards Memphis.  So because Matthew Hurt says in passing that Watford is trying to recruit him to Memphis, suddenly the great visionaries get an image in their crystal balls?  Until the next rumor anyway.  Such a hustle.
  • Don’t forget, the U18 Team USA gold medal game featuring Trayce Jackson-Davis and Matthew Hurt is tonight.

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