Indiana Basketball Lands No. 2 Recruit From Ohio

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 17, 2017

Hunter announced his decision Monday afternoon on Twitter.

Archie Miller has his first ESPN 100 commit since taking over at IN, landing four-star forward Jerome Hunter on Monday afternoon.

"I truly appreciate all the schools that have recruited me, the relationships with coaching staffs and everyone who have supported me to this point", Hunter said.

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Hunter, a 6-foot-6 forward from Pickerington North High School (Ohio), recently narrowed his list of schools to five: Indiana, Ohio State, Michigan, Pittsburgh and Xavier.

Jerome Hunter, a four-star forward and No. 2 player in OH in the Class of 2018, committed to in basketball on Monday. However, while now heading to another Big Ten powerhouse in IN, the young small forward also garnered offers from the Butler Bulldogs, Dayton Flyers, Illinois Fighting Illini, Penn State Nittany Lions, North Carolina State Wolf Pack and several other high-profiled schools from around the country.

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