Hoosier Morning

James Blackmon Jr.’s recommitment was the capper on Indiana basketball’s No. 13 recruiting class, Dustin wrote.

Bennie Seltzer prepared to be a head coach under Tom Crean and tonight he brings his Samford team to Assembly Hall, Dustin writes.

IU women’s basketball freshman Larryn Brooks is making as big an impression with her game on the court as her hair off of it, Mike writes.

Reigning Illinois Miss Basketball Tyra Buss headlines Curt Miller’s 2014 recruiting class, Mike wrote.

Indiana’s Tommy Thompson was named the Big Ten men’s soccer Freshman of the Year Thursday, we reported.

A trip to the College World Series is already paying off in IU baseball’s recruiting class, Dustin writes.

Max Hoetzel signed his letter of intent with Indiana alongside former IU target and UNLV signee Goodluck Okonoboh Thursday, Terrence Payne of MassLive.com writes.

Tyra Buss was among the nation’s top scorers, hardest workers to sign Thursday, Walter Villa of ESPN.com writes.

The odds of IU football finding success in Madison are slim to none, Robby Howard of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen is concerned about Indiana’s passing offense and his secondary’s defense, Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes.

Michigan native Jessica Walter was as excited to sign with IU women’s basketball as her future coach was to get her letter of intent, Fred Kelly of the Midland Daily News writes.

Bennie Seltzer is excited for his return to Bloomington, as are his players, Drew Champlin of the Birmingham News writes.

Only one Thompson was freshman of the year, and he’s not a twin, but nonetheless, here’s the Thompson Twins with “Hold Me Now.”