Goodin still a priority for Indiana

Quentin Goodin, a 2016 guard from Kentucky, heard from Indiana on Sunday.

Indiana has targeted Quentin Goodin in the class of 2016 for some time, and that continues to be the case.

Goodin, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound point guard from Kentucky, heard from Indiana coach Tom Crean after the contact period opened Saturday night at midnight.

"Coach Crean said I was still a priority to his recruiting process, and how he want to get me back up for a visit or workout," Goodin told AllHoosiers.com.

Goodin said he'd like to get back to Bloomington for another visit sometime soon if it fits with his schedule. It was a busy day for Goodin on Sunday as he heard from a number of schools and picked up a new offer from Michigan.

"It's a pretty good feeling," Goodin said of the Michigan offer. "They're turning into a powerhouse and I feel like my play style fits theirs. But we'll see about that. Overall though, it's just a blessing to have this opportunity to use the gifts God blessed me with to play ball."

Goodin said Tennessee was the first school to contact him on Saturday night and Alabama was the first to call him on Sunday.

Goodin is a three-star prospect.

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