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Point guard Jaren Sina, a 2013 recruit Indiana made a late push at, announced on his Twitter account this afternoon that he has committed to Seton Hall. Sina was scheduled to make a visit to Bloomington later this month.
Sina had narrowed his list to three recently with Indiana, Seton Hall and Northwestern still in play. He was let out of his commitment to Northwestern when head coach Bill Carmody was fired.
The Hoosiers pursued Sina as a likely backup option behind freshman Yogi Ferrell. Both Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller declared for the NBA Draft last week and Remy Abell announced he will transfer. That leaves Indiana right at the scholarship limit for next year, as of now.
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