Indiana Hoosiers’ Future Looks Bright With Addition of Noah Vonleh
Top recruit Noah Vonleh signed his letter of intent with the Indiana Hoosiers on November 14, adding to a stacked 2013 class. With Vonleh signing the Hoosiers are proving that they belong at the top in years to come.
At the National Prep Showcase over the weekend, Vonleh showed just why he is an elite player. In 31 minutes of play, Vonleh scored 27 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in leading his New Hampton team to a win. Vonleh was one of the top performers in the showcase over the weekend and made Hoosiers fans and coaches alike very happy. If this is any indication of how Vonleh’s senior season is going to go, then we will be in for a treat.
Coach Tom Crean has got to like what he sees in his top recruit, even if it is after just one game. Vonleh just adds to not only a top 2013 class but also a Hoosiers team that has plenty of talent. The Hoosiers will lose a few seniors and talented big man Cody Zeller could jump to the NBA either after this season or his junior campaign. Vonleh will be able to fit right in once he steps on the court for the Hoosiers. He has plenty of talent and size to compete at a high level in the Big Ten and coming in with another top recruit Luke Fischer could give conference opponents trouble for the next couple of years.
The future for the Hoosiers is shaping up to be very bright not only this season and the 2013 class that is coming in will be the tip of the iceberg for the program.
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