6-Banner Sunday: The 25 best Big Ten players and recruiting news – Inside the Hall

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Welcome to another edition of 6-Banner Sunday, a joint production between The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall, where we highlight the five most essential IU basketball stories from the past week, as well as how other IU sports programs are doing.

The offseason continues as several new information emerged this week. Inside The Hall produced a series on the top 25 players from the Big Ten conference which was the focus of the site this week.

Additionally, several recruiting stories have been posted with updated rankings from 247Sports and new information on several Hoosier targets. Finally, the NCAA made some rule changes and IU football had a disappointing weekend. We will conclude our 6-Banner as always with an overview of the performance of other IU sports.

This week’s Call to Assembly radio can be heard here.

• Inside the 25 best series of the Hall
• New recruiting rankings published by 247Sports
• Other recruitment news
• NCAA announces rule changes
• Football falls into showdown with Cincinnati
• Hoosier rally

Banner # 1 – Inside The Hall’s Top 25 Series

Inside The Hall and UMHoops organized a five-day series of the Big Ten’s top 25 players for the coming year. It started on Monday with players 21-25 and continued each following day with 16-20, 11-15, 6-10 and 1-5.

The only UI player to make the top 25 was Trayce Jackson-Davis at number 4, while Kofi Cockburn of Illinois was named the overall best player.

Similar to that, Jon Rothstein posted a ranking of his top 25 freshmen and Indiana newcomer Tamar Bates made the list.

Banner # 2 – New Recruitment Rankings Released by 247Sports

This week, 247Sports released their updated recruiting rankings for the 2022 class.

Apart from Three IU hires Jalen Hood-Schifino to check in at number 24, Kaleb Banks at 94 and CJ Gunn at 129. The remaining target, Noah Clowney, arrives at 101.

Banner # 3 – Other Recruitment News

In addition to the updated rankings, several other recruiting information became known this week.

Hoosier 2023 target JaQualon Roberts, around the corner in Bloomington North, made an unofficial visit to IU this weekend according to his twitter account. Another big 2023 hopeful in Jeremy Fears Jr. also visited this weekend according to his twitter account.

Also this week UI Free Prospect 2024 Paul McNeil Jr. and Tyler Tachman from Inside The Hall find some strengths of Hood-Schifino.

Banner # 4 – NCAA Announces Rule Changes

This week, the NCAA announced several new rules regarding the modernization track. The NCAA says “the new process allows for faster changes to outdated and unnecessary rules.”

The most notable information to come out of this is the extension of the authorization of the men’s and women’s basketball programs to up to two non-coaching staff to perform coaching duties during on-court activities until. to the 2021-2022 sports season due to COVID. However, the positions must have existed as of August 1 of last month.

Banner # 5 – Soccer Falls Into Showdown With Cincinnati

IU had their most anticipated football game in many years against the Bearcats. However, despite a sold-out crowd and a strong start, the Hoosiers were left with several crucial turnovers in the red zone and fell 38-24. Starting quarterback Michael Penix continues to struggle and was x-rayed after the game, but no further information has been given about a potential injury.

UI is now 1-2 on the year and a full recap of the game can be read here.

Banner # 6 – Hoosier Roundup

It has been a struggle so far for all UI sports this semester except men’s golf and women’s football as several disappointing results have occurred this week.

• Women’s soccer was the bright spot for IU sports this fall and beat Kansas State 3-0 this week to end the non-conference game with a strong 6-1-1. They also had a few Big Ten awarded players.

• Men’s golf is fourth in its tournament with one day remaining, having finished in a solid third place in its opening tournament.

• Daniel Munie was named defensive player of the week for men’s soccer. However, the team fell in their first Big Ten game against Rutgers. They have a disappointing 3-2-1 to start the season despite arriving at the national championship after almost the entire squad returned from last year’s College Cup squad.

• Volleyball beat Alabama A + M but then fell to Chicago State and Ole Miss to end a disappointing non-conference season at 6-6.

• Women’s golf finished 14th out of 16 teams in their season opener.

• Field hockey fell to Iowa to open the Big Ten.

• Cross Country finished second behind big rival Purdue in their competition.

• Baseball defeated John A Logan Community College in an exhibition game featuring a brand new roster from last year for the Hoosiers.

• Women’s basketball has released the rest of its schedule.

• Wrestling has published its program.

• Indiana’s Pfau Golf Course has been recognized again.

Thank you for your continued support to The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall. We will be back next weekend with a new roundup.

Now go have fun on a 6 banner Sunday.

Aaron (Ari) Shifron
Contributor to the assembly call

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