Indiana met with a pair of major class of 2017 prospects last night and this morning.
IU coach Tom Crean and assistant Chuck Martin had an in-home visit with four-star Brandon Randolph parents on Wednesday night, a source tells Peegs.com.
This morning, Crean and Martin met with five-star Hamidou Diallo at his 6 a.m. workouts at Putnam Science Academy in Putnam, Conn.
Randolph plays for Westtown (Pa.), which also includes five-star center Mohamed Bamba.
Both Diallo and Randolph hold Indiana scholarship offers.
Diallo, ranked No. 10 nationally in the 2017 class by scout.com, is a 6-foot-5, 180-pound shooting guard who has been watched regularly by IU both in high school and in AAU with the New York Rens this spring and summer.
Randolph, ranked No. 38 nationally by Scout, is a 6-foot-5, 175-pound shooting guard. IU watched him in high school and very consistently with the PSA Cardinals AAU program.
Randolph previous trimmed his list to Arizona, Oregon, Syracuse and Wake Forest, but Indiana has become involved again in his recruitment.