IU coach Tom Crean has assembled a six-man class for 2013, including three top-100 players, according to 247 Sports.
IU head coach Tom Crean and his staff worked for years collecting the 2013 recruiting class. From the first commits with in-state talent in Nov. 2010 to landing one of the premier players in the country this past week, the class spans from a player playing his senior season in Nevada to another in New Hampshire.
Working backwards from today, see how the 2013 class came together.
Nov. 14, 2012
Five of IU's six members sign letters of intent, including:
• Cathedral (Indianapolis) guard Collin Hartman
• Warren Central (Indianapolis) forward Devin Davis
• Germantown (Wisc.) center Luke Fischer
• Findlay Prep (Nev.) guard Stanford Robinson
• New Hampton (N.H.) wing Noah Vonleh
• Oak Hill Academy (Va.) wing Troy Williams is expected to sign on Monday, Nov. 19
Davis reflected on the past in a Q&A today, talking about what it was like to see the class grow and what it meant for him and Hartman to commit the same day and sign the same day. Click here to read it.
Nov. 10, 2012
Noah Vonleh, IU's most recent commit, is also the most heralded in the 2013 class.
Vonleh commits to IU, following a visit to IU for the IU-Bryant season opener. Click here to see what his coach Pete Hutchins said about how Indiana was able to get Vonleh to commit and what the future could hold for Vonleh.
Oct. 28, 2012
Williams commits to IU.
Williams had been fond of IU prior to committing, saying that IU led as soon as he had visited for Hoosier Hysteria on Oct. 20. Click here for more on that.
May 16, 2012
Robinson commits after visiting IU just a few days prior. Read exactly what Robinson was thinking here.
Jan. 1, 2012
Fischer commits after seeing IU beat Ohio State on New Year's Eve in Bloomington. Read more on that here.
Fischer gave IU what it needed down low when he committed. Read exactly how here.
Nov. 21, 2010
Davis commits, as does Hartman. Inside Indiana took a look at how both players progressed during their first three years of high school ball in commit spotlights this summer:
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