Crawford picks Indiana….


Jordan Crawford, a point guard out of Detroit who currently plays for Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia, signed a letter of intent to play for Indiana in 2007 according to Scout.com and Rivals.com.

According to Dave Telep, national recruiting director for Scout, Crawford made a decision late Wednesday, choosing Indiana over Xavier after seeing Indiana play in the NIT. He liked its style of play.

Crawford expects to play a combo guard role, much like current Hoosier and former Hargrave guard Armon Bassett has played so far this year.

We’ll have more on this later.

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3 comments:

  • Dustin says:

    Considering how well IU actually PLAYED in the NIT, does the fact that he based his decision on the Butler game scare anyone else?

  • Brett D. Gearhart says:

    In reply to Dustin, no it does not scare me. Perhaps as a player, he is able to see some of the good that occured in the two games and isn’t getting out of wack because of one early season loss.

  • Marc says:

    Can a team have too many guards? Yeah. But not too many big men. Recruit more big guys.

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