Indiana Basketball head coach Woodson and staff hitting the road

Indiana According to sources, Woodson and staff members will see four in-state blue chippers from the 2025 class.
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According to sources from's Indiana website, Indiana basketball head coach Mike Woodson and his staff are on the road recruiting today. They're focused on four of the best players from the state.

Woodson and his staff will visit with the following players from the class of 2025:

2025 five-star guard Jalen Haralson of La Lumiere, his teammate and 2025 national top-20 prospect Darius Adams of La Lumiere, 2025 four-star Greenfield-Central shooting guard Braylon Mullins, and 2025 four-star Heritage Hills forward Trent Sisley today.

Indiana assistants Kenya Hunter and Yasir Roseman and Brian Walsh were La Lumiere. All four recruits have visited Indiana during the recruitment process.

Jalen Haralson, a 6-foot-6 forward, is the 11th-ranked player in the country, the third-ranked combo guard, and the top prospect in the state.

Trent Sisley, a 6-foot-7 forward is the 62nd ranked player in the country, the 13th ranked power forward, and the fifth-rated player in the state.

Braylon Mullins, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, is 95th ranked player in the country, the 14th ranked shooting guard, and the sixth-rated player in the state.

Darius Adams, a 6-foot-5 combo guard, is the 18th-ranked player in the country, the fourth-ranked combo guard, and the second-rated player in the state.

There was some chatter during the season that Woodson and his staff did not prioritize the state, and these visits should put that to rest. Adams and Harrison are on the same high school team, while Mullins and Sisley play for the same Indiana Elite team.