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A day before he visits Florida for the Gators’ pro day, Bloomington North running back D’Angelo Roberts said Indiana remains very much in contention for his services.
Roberts has established a good relationship with the IU coaching staff, especially running backs coach Dennis Springer. He said he has noticed the strength of recent recruiting classes, but also feels like he could play early at Indiana.
The Hoosiers also play an offense similar to what he wants — a run-focused offense that will give him the ball.
It’s also close to him. Roberts said he feels a responsibility to be around for his three-year-old sister and one-year-old brother.
East Coast recruiting guru Adam Zagoria said on his twitter account that the Indiana basketball coaching staff is meeting with Moses Abraham, and the Herald-Times has confirmed this information. Today is the first day of the contact period, so the IU staff can legally meet with him face-to-face. No new timetable on his decision is being reported at this time.
Chris Howell has been working on a video project recently, covering Bloomington South and its pursuit of a second-straight state championship and the state’s consecutive wins record.
South’s season has ended, but Howell is still publishing the work he had completed. The most recent was a profile of Matt Carlino, focusing on his move to Bloomington and how he became a part of the Panthers.
Moses Abraham’s recruitment will continue at least until Tuesday. A source close to the situation confirmed that the 6-foot-9 forward will sleep on his choice between Georgetown and Indiana. This does allow for a change in dynamic, as Tuesday begins a contact period which would allow for Indiana’s coaching staff to meet with Abraham in person. Whether that is actually planned, however, is unknown.
The Moses Abraham camp is still talking, a source said at 9 p.m., and there’s still a chance there could be a decision tonight.
And this story has become one of the strangest recruiting phenomena of all time.
So Scout.com’s John Decker is reporting that Moses Abraham probably won’t make a decision tonight. I don’t know how Decker managed to swing an interview with Abraham, but kudos to him.
My source in the Abraham camp, though, says they are still trying to get the process over with. If you’re asking me for a guess, I’m betting it won’t happen tonight, but I take all of this to mean that nothing is decided.
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