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The event starts at 3 p. ET, with new Indiana coach Mike Woodson and all 13 of his scholarship players talking. We'll have full coverage of the event later today here at Sports Illustrated Indiana. I have plenty of questions set to ask, and I'm sure you do as well. Here's my five, and in the comments on social media, ask your very best questions and I'll pick one to ask.
Woodson played for Knight at Indiana from to and he's one of the Hall of Fame coaches all-time favorite players. Woodson said during the summer that he's been over to Knight's house several times.
Has he been to Woodson's new basketball home? Trayce Jackson-Davis, the silky smooth 6-foot-9 left-hander, has been Indiana's leading scorer the past two seasons, but almost all of his points have come down low.
He stuck around for another year because Woodson promised to enhance his game. We didn't get to see much of that in the Bahamas during the two exhibitions game because both centers on the Indiana roster, South Florida transfer Michael Durr and true freshman Logan Duncomb, sat out those two games. Jackson-Davis played well, but got all of his points the same way, dominating inside.
Has he expanded his game? It was something of a surprise when Indiana athletic director Scott Dolson hired Woodson in late March, because he has only played and coached on the NBA the past four decades.
The college game is all new to him, and critics said he would struggle, especially with recruiting. Well, he's grabbed two five-star recruits already — freshman Tamar Bates and combo guard Jalen Hood-Schifino from Montverde Academy in Florida — and he seems to be settling in just fine. How is it being back home? Woodson is a huge fan of point guard play, which might have something to do with playing with Isiah Thomas for a year at Indiana, and He's been all over making sure he makes the most out of Johnson, a transfer from Pitt. Johnson played well in the Bahamas and is quickly emerging as a team leader with the ball in his hands.
His offseason progress is a big thing to watch. Is he ready? Northwestern transfer Miller Kopp has been a big hit on social media since transferring to Indiana.
He's a cut-up, for one, and he's been enjoying doing video blogs. He seems like he's fitting in nicely. We haven't had a chance to talk face-to-face with anyone in Bloomington since March ofjust prior to COVID shutting down the season. This is a first. Looking forward to it. Other Sports. Football Schedule. SI TIX. Home Indiana Hoosiers Basketball.
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