Indiana offers two new players

Even though the April evaluation periods are over, Indiana has been active on the recruiting front this week.

There are no more open evaluation periods until July, but Indiana has remained plenty busy on the recruiting front anyway.

On Wednesday night, we told you about IU's offer to Illinois forward Justin Smith. The Hoosiers also offered two other players this week, including 2016 forward Tony Bradley (pictured) and 2017 guard Mitchell Ballock.

Bradley is a highly-coveted prospect out of Bartow, Florida. The 6-foot-8, 220-pound forward now holds 23 total offers, including Alabama, Cincinnati, Florida, Clemson, Florida State, Illinois, Kansas State, North Carolina, Miami, California, Tennessee and Wichita State. He's the 35th-ranked player in the 2016 class.

Watch highlights of the 2016 four-star in the embedded video player below, and then read about Ballock below the video.

Ballock is a four-star shooting guard from Eudora, Kansas. The 6-foot-4, 175-pound Ballock is the 35th-ranked player in the 2017 class and also owns offers from Kansas, Kansas State, Iowa State, Kansas State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

”It would be cool to play at home,” Ballock recently told Scout.com, “but I’m less attached to that because I need to just look at the school that’s best for me and where I can just grow as a player.”

Watch highlights of Ballock in the embedded video player below.


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