Indiana was originally scheduled to have 2014 forward Marvin Clark on campus this weekend, but that has now changed. Clark will now visit Michigan State, and the IU visit has not been rescheduled because a source says IU is "in a holding pattern" with regards to Clark.
Indiana has been recruiting Clark recently, a kid that was originally part of the 2013 class but reclassified and has burst on the scene as of late. The 6-foot-7 forward attends Sunrise Christian Academy in Kansas.
A source said IU doesn't want to be a pawn in his recruitment. Both Clark's high school coach at Sunrise Christian and 2014 Michigan State signee Lourawls Nairn are pushing Clark to Michigan State. Nairn, who also attends Sunrise, was also an IU target before Michigan State came on the scene late and stole him.
Will have more on this situation as it develops, but it sounds as if the Hoosiers will no longer recruit Clark.
Cunningham to visit
Another 2014 target, forward Josh Cunningham, is scheduled to visit Indiana unofficially on Sunday for the home game against Ohio State. The Midwest area is expected to get heavy snow on Saturday and Sunday, so Cunningham's visit will be pending the weather.
Cunningham, a 6-foot-7 forward from Chicago, is a three-star prospect and the 29th-ranked small forward in the class. He's one of the top remaining players remaining in the class.
Caleb Swanigan, a 2016 five-star center from Fort Wayne, could also visit for Sunday's game, pending weather. That visit has not been confirmed.
Indiana assistant coach Kenny Johnson will be watching 2015 forward Raymond Spalding tonight in Louisville. Spalding is a four-star prospect and a 6-foot-9 power forward.