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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in IU News and Recruiting Notes (1/11)

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Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:

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HOOSIER SIGHTS

Justin Smith met with the media yesterday to discuss Maryland and his defensive improvement.  Via Inside the Hall.

HOOSIER SOUNDS

Rivals’ Corey Evans and Jon Sauber go through IU’s 2019 through 2022 recruiting targets.

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  • Rivals’ Corey Evans with discussion of IU’s chances with Keion Brooks, Jr., Trendon Watford, and the Hoosiers’ recruiting in general.
  • 247Sports‘ Evan Daniels also weighs in on Brooks, Jr.
  • Class of 2020 Ethan Morton discusses his top schools including Indiana.
  • Class of 2020 Caleb Love has a big 4th quarter to lead his team to victory.
  • Keion Brooks, Jr. and La Lumiere “put on a show” vs. Michigan City.
    • You can see a quick highlight reel here.
  • See class of 2021 Caleb Furst and Luke Goode go head to head from earlier this week:

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