Crean: Still a long road for Devin Davis

Indiana coach Tom Crean updated the health of injured player Devin Davis on Tuesday afternoon. Plus, notes on some potential additions to the roster next season.

Indiana coach Tom Crean was a busy man on Tuesday. He joined ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning to discuss the Final Four, then joined Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg on ESPN's College Basketball podcast.

Crean was asked to update the health of sophomore Devin Davis, who missed the entire season after being struck by a car on Nov. 1. Davis received a medical redshirt and has three years of eligibility remaining.

What are the chances Davis will be able to play next season, Crean was asked.

"The chances are good," he said. "It's still a long road. He's back doing workouts. We started our individual workouts yesterday. It's gonna take time. We're nowhere near the contact. We're nowhere near where we can get up and down the court. We're pushing him hard, but we're still a long way off from him being able to play. But we've been given no indication that we wouldn't be able to do that, but to put a timeline on it is still impossible to do."

Hoosiers interested in adding a guard

We all know Indiana needs to add a big man in the 2015 class, and it is in good position with 6-foot-10 center Thomas Bryant. But the Hoosiers are also still recruiting guards in the class as well.

Indiana assistant coach Tim Buckley traveled to Vincennes, Ind. on Tuesday to see JUCO guard Mychal Mulder. The 6-foot-4 wing visited Louisville on Monday.

The Hoosiers have also expressed interest in Cleveland State transfer Trey Lewis, a 6-foot-2 guard who averaged 16.3 points per game last season. Top Stories