Illinois guard Luke Goode is in the portal, and he's linked to Indiana

Goode is from Fort Wayne, and he also has ties to Indiana University. His father and uncle played football for the Hoosiers.
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As reported by several media outlets, Illinois guard Luke Goode is entering the transfer portal. Goode posted the following on Twitter:

As a Graduate, Goode has one year of eligibility left. There is the possibility that he could play his final season in Bloomington. Goode would be a legacy player; his father CraGoode would be a legacy player; his father, Craig, played wide receiver, and his uncle, Super Bowl Champion Trent Green, played quarterback for Indiana.

Goode was a solid rotational player for Illinois last year, leading the Illini in three-point percentage and second in three-pointers made, averaging 5.7 points and 3.6 rebounds. While not an elite athlete, Goode makes hustle plays and is a good shooter off the bench.

The Hoosiers need shooting, and Goode would be a solid addition to a rotation. Woodson wants to be 8-9 deep and have a legitimate, reliable second unit. Goode would be an excellent piece to do so. In addition to his shooting prowess, he's a Big Ten veteran.

He understands how difficult it is to play on the road, and the physicality of the league.

Goode played in ten games during the 22-23 season, so he might be able to acquire a medical hardship waiver. The Hoosiers have three scholarships available for the 24-25 season.