As the night winds down, there's still no decision from Moses Abraham – and that could be good news for Indiana.
Earlier tonight, Abraham told Hoosier Nation that he "probably" wouldn't decide tonight, and could instead wait until later this week or possibly into next week. While Hoosier fans are anxious to hear what the 6'9", 237-pound power forward from Progressive Christian (Md.) Academy will decide, the longer he waits, the better that could be for Indiana.
Why? Because a source indicates that if Abraham does decide to wait it will be because he wants to take an official visit to Indiana.
Abraham was originally scheduled to take a visit to Indiana for the Hoosiers' game against Wisconsin in late February, but ended up rescheduling for IU's season finale against Northwestern. That trip fell through, though, when Abraham came down with a case of the flu shortly after taking an official visit to Maryland.
Indiana remained one of Abraham's final four despite the lack of a visit, and then surfaced as one of his two possibilities along with Georgetown over the weekend.
Hoosier Nation will continue to have the latest on Abraham and his decision in the coming days…and hours if necessary.
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