Jordan talks Indiana offer

2015 guard Aaron Jordan picked up an offer from Tom Crean last week. Hear what he had to say about the Hoosiers.

Aaron Jordan didn't hear from Indiana until just a couple of weeks ago. But in the short time since he did, Jordan has done his homework on the program.

Jordan, a 2015 four-star guard from Illinois, picked up an offer from the Hoosiers last week.

"I did know that they won the Big Ten Championship, but now that they've started recruiting me I know that their fan base is huge and their education is incredible," Jordan said. "They came down to the open gym, I was a little nervous, but then I got over it and just started playing basketball. We went and sat down in the coaches office and talked about how I fit into their system, what they're looking for, and then they offered."

Jordan has primarily been recruited by Tom Crean and Tim Buckley. Crean watched him in open gym last week.

Jordan is 6-foot-4 and 170 pounds and can play both guard positions. He's the 20th-ranked shooting guard in the 2015 class.

Jordan will take an unofficial visit to Bloomington for Hoosier Hysteria on Oct. 4. He's already heard plenty about what the event is like.

"I heard it's crazy," Jordan said. "There's gonna be a lot of fans there. I can't wait to get down there."

Jordan will also take an unofficial trip to Illinois next weekend.

When asked which schools were recruiting him the hardest, Jordan listed Illinois, Wisconsin, Creighton, Xavier and Indiana. Jordan also has offers from Butler and San Jose State, among others.

Jordan is primarily a shooter at this point, but he said he's working hard to become a better finisher at the basket. Top Stories