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Former Hoosier Damon Bailey goes for the tipoff against Concord in the 1990 state championship game. It’s been 20 years since Bailey and Bedford North Lawrence won the title. Herald-Times photo
I spoke to Joe Boncore, Moses Abraham’s guardian, earlier, and there wasn’t much he can say because Boncore didn’t go to Bloomington with Abraham on the visit.
“He says he likes it out there,” Boncore said. “It’s going to be a tough choice for him.”
Abraham made an appearance at the Indiana baseball game on Wednesday, arriving at Sembower Field with assistant coach Bennie Setzer to meet Indiana coach Tom Crean, who was already there with his family. Abraham sat with Crean for several innings, then left with Setzer and IU guard Maurice Creek among others.
Boncore said Abraham will return to Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
Boncore also confirms that he is not, in fact, the coach at Progressive Christian Academy in Temple Hills, Md., where Abraham plays.
Tom Crean is at the Indiana baseball game with his family. Assistant coach Bennie Setzer just arrived bringing with him someone who at least fits the profile of Moses Abraham, the 6-foot-9, 237-pound Nigerian forward playing at Progressive Christian Academy in Temple Hills, Md. Abraham is on the second day of his official visit to Indiana. He is choosing between Georgetown and Indiana.
Update, End of Game
Casey Smith got through the ninth in four batters. IU wins 17-8. More later.
Update, End of the Eighth Inning
When you don’t have a lot of pitching, you apparently have no mercy. Indiana keeps pouring on runs, driving in three in the eighth to go up 17-8. Shortstop Michael Basil drove in two runs with a single and designated hitter Blake Monar had an RBI single. First baseman Jerrud Sabourin got his fifth hit of the game in the inning, and also scored his fifth run. He has two home runs and four RBIs.
We’re trying to get more of an update on what’s going on with Moses Abraham, who is now on the second day of his visit to Indiana. We don’t have much other than the fact that he’s here for another day and things are apparently going well, though we can’t actually define what well means. To hold you over, here’s a story from Evan Daniels at Scout.com. Most of that appears to be true, except for the thing about Joe Boncore being coach at Progressive Christian Academy. If that is true, it would be an extremely recent development.
Also reported by Scout.com is a visit by John Wilkins, a forward at Southeastern Community College in Iowa. It had been reported that Wilkins had committed to Iowa State. We’re trying to track this down as well.
Indiana offensive line coach Mo Moriarity coaches during the first day of spring practice. Chris Howell | Herald-Times
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