Indiana spent a considerable amount of time recruiting class of 2015 Roselle Catholic (NJ) guard Malachi Richardson during the high school season and the pursuit has intensified this spring.
Richardson, a 6-foot-6, 180-pound wing, is regarded as one of the top shooters nationally and helped lead Roselle to the NJSIAA Non-Public B championship and the 2013 NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title.
With the on-court success has come attention from a slew of high majors, including Indiana, Kansas, Ohio State, Georgetown, Maryland and Miami (FL), to name a few.
But no school is pushing harder than IU.
“They’ve been recruiting me heavily,” Richardson told Inside the Hall. “I watched them a lot this past season. I love the coaching style and the way he [Tom Crean] coaches and everything he does with his program. I love the way they get up and down and feed the bigs. But also, they still run sets through their guard play.”
Indiana offered Richardson in early December and watched him several ti...