Found April 16, 2013 on The Assembly Call:
With the recent news that Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller will indeed be heading to the NBA draft, the speculation as to who will be playing when, where, and how much for the Hoosiers come next November is plentiful. The Hoosiers are the first team to ever lose four 1,000 point-scorers, pictured above (from left to right: Cody Zeller, Christian Watford, Jordan Hulls, Victor Oladipo) Credit: Indy Star   What we know is that Yogi Ferrell, Will Sheehey, and incoming freshman Noah Vonleh have inside tracks at starting roles. But who else will be introduced as starters when the 2014 season gets underway at Assembly Hall? The most glaring question mark will come at center, where it’s completely unclear who will handle the duties for the Hoosiers. The most notable options are obviously Hanner Perea and Peter Jurkin, who will be sophomores for the ’13-’14 season. But since they weren’t able to develop their skills much at all with in-game action this past season, there are many more concern...
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