Moses Abraham's decision was supposed to come last night, but was pushed back until tonight.
Now, it appears the 6'9", 237-pound big man will likely wait a little bit longer.
Abraham told Hoosier Nation tonight that he still hasn't made up his mind, and that he doesn't intend on making his decision today.
"Probably not today," Abraham said. "It might be this week, or I might wait until next week. I'm not sure."
Abraham has had Hoosier fans on the edge of their seats for the last several weeks as they wait to see if the big man from Progressive Christian Academy would be a spring addition to the Hoosiers' roster. While he didn't make an official visit to Indiana as previously planned, Indiana Coach Tom Crean's relentless pursuit has made an impact and enabled IU to become a realistic possibility for the native of Nigeria.
"He's a nice guy," Abraham said. "He said I can help them."
In addition to Crean's efforts, the energy that IU fans have displayed has also helped elevate the Hoosiers' standing. With the 2009-10 IU basketball season already in the books, IU fans' attention has turned into a virtual 24/7 vigil waiting on Abraham to make his decision.
"Moses sees their passion," said his trainer, Joe Boncore.
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