Evaluations from day 1 of the adidas Invitational


6-7, 2013, F, Dream Vision/St. Ignatius (San Francisco)

GAME: Domingo scored 15 points in a 69-60 win against Houston Select. He then had 16 in a 82-75 loss to the Eric Gordon All-Stars.

SCOUTING REPORT: Right now, Domingo is all about potential. He’s an athlete and he has a very good wingspan, but settles to often for jump shots. He had his shot blocked three times inside by Houston Select. Still, it’s easy to see why coaches are watching him.

COLLEGES: Arizona, California, Memphis and San Diego State are among his offers. Indiana has expressed interest and watched both of his games.


6-foot, 2013, G, MBA Select/Mishawaka Marian

GAME: Jackson scored 21 points in a 67-65 loss to Team Southern Indiana Red.

SCOUTING REPORT: Jackson is a rapidly-improving point guard that has to be recognized as one of the better players in-state. If his teammates had finished more of his passes, he would have had double-digit assists to go with his point totals. He’s perhaps too aggressive, but it seems to be a function of his team’s needs.

COLLEGES: Xavier and Michigan have offered. Indiana had coaches at both of his games and recently played host to an unofficial visit. Notre Dame and Michigan State are also involved.


5-foot-10, 2013, G, Martin’s Wolverines/Fishers

GAME: Brown scored 11 points in a 20-point win for his team against the Michigan Mustangs.

SCOUTING REPORT: Indiana coach Tom Crean told Brown he compares to Dominic James, and it seems a solid description. Brown is under-sized, but can leap out of the gym. His dunks in transition Wednesday shocked his opponents, and he also played well against fellow 2013 PG Derrick Walton.

COLLEGES: American has offered. Indiana watched his first game, as did Ohio University. He’s visited both recently.


6-foot-5, 2014, F, Spiece Indy Heat/Park Tudor.

GAME: Bluiett led his team with 29 points in a 59-54 win against Garner Road Elite.

SCOUTING REPORT: With Trey Lyles at the Peach Jam and James Blackmon Jr. at the Hatch family funeral, Bluiett carried this team in its first game. He’s a sneaky scorer, with an inside-outside game, and rebounds well. He’s a high-major impact player if he grows one or two inches.

COLLEGES: Indiana has offered and watched his first game. A host of other Big Ten programs and Notre Dame are involved.


6-7, 2013, G/F, Atlanta Celtics/Mary Person (Monroe, Ga.)

GAME: Greene scored 19 points to help the Celtics to an 87-77 victory in pool play over Urban DFW Elite

SCOUTING REPORT: Greene’s game is remarkably smooth. He still seems to be growing as a rising high school junior, but he’s still extremely well coordinated with the basketball. His handle is exceptional and his shot form his near perfect. He has an excellent pull-up game, great athleticism and an outstanding basketball IQ. He can also score a lot of points without dominating the ball, which he rarely does because his teammates don’t seem to quite get how good he is yet.

COLLEGES: Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Marquette, Alabama, Memphis, Tennessee are among those who have offered scholarships. Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Duke, Connecticut and Kansas are intereted. He says he “got a lot of stuff in the mail,” from IU.


6-5, 2013, F, Eric Gordon All-Stars/Warren Central

GAME: Davis finished with four points in Eric Gordon’s 82-75 win over Dream Vision

SCOUTING REPORT: Warren Central coach and former IU star Greg Graham said Davis is still trying to figure out his position at the next level, and that still seems to be the case. He seemed recovered from a back injury in the winter and an ankle sprain, and he rebounded very well, but he still struggles to find ways to score. His tenacity on the boards will serve him well in college, but standing just 6-5 won’t.

COLLEGES: Verbally committed to Indiana.


6-6, 2013, F, Eric Gordon All-Stars/Cathedral

GAME: Hartman scored 22 points to lead Eric Gordon to an 82-75 win over Dream Vision in pool play

SCOUTING REPORT: Hartman’s goal for the summer is to make sure opponents no longer look at him purely as a jump shooter.  He showed some progress in that regard, though he still has a lot to go. He appears to be improving on both his dribble-drive game and his post-up game, but he still needs more progress before both can be considered weapons.

COLLEGES: Verbally Committed to Indiana


6-7, 2012, G/F, Indiana Elite Team Indiana/Lawrence Central

GAME: Hollowell scored 24 points in Indiana Elite Team Indiana’s 81-73 win over Connecticut Basketball Club

SCOUTING REPORT: Hollowell has the most versatile offensive game among the players committed to the Hoosiers for 2012 and he continued to show that on Wednesday. He made shots from beyond the arc, scored in transition, on the dribble drive and off of post-ups. He also showed a little more energy than usual, and appears to be polishing his game.

COLLEGES: Verbally Committed to Indiana.