Peegs.com has learned today that Devin Davis from Indianapolis (IN) Warren Central and Collin Hartman from Indianapolis (IN) Cathedral H.S. have committed to Tom Crean and the Hoosiers. Davis and Hartman are the first players in the 2013 class to commit to Indiana.
Davis is a 6-foot-5, 185-pound forward who plays at Warren Central for former Hoosier standout Greg Graham. He chose IU over offers from Purdue and Illinois, and interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Tennessee and Xavier. He told Peegs.com back in August after a trip to Bloomington that he felt comfortable when he came on his visit.
"I like them, they are good people who treat you like family," Davis said.
Hartman, who picked IU over offers from Purdue and Notre Dame, is a 6-foot-6, 185-pound swingman at Cathedral H.S. in Indianapolis. The talented prospect was at IU last month and he told Peegs.com that he enjoys going down to Bloomington because he has really started to develop a good relationship with the players and the coaches.
"It's been a few times, more frequently recently," Hartman said. "It's been more fun because at IU I feel like I know more people and more people know me. That is what I like about IU, at least going and visiting there."
Peegs.com will have more on this developing story.