Big Ten Basketball commitments for 2004-05

Penn State landed their second commitment when 6-1 guard Mike Walker of Camp Hill (PA) Trinity said that he will play for the Nittany Lions. He is the 23rd player to verbally commit to a Big Ten school, more than any other conference. Indiana has the early lead with four commitments and Iowa and Wisconsin have three verbals each. Minnesota and five others have two commitments. See the tally inside.

Robert Vaden

6-5

SF

Indianapolis (IN) Pike

Indiana

BIG TEN

James Hardy

6-7

SF

Fort Wayne (IN) Elmhurst

Indiana

BIG TEN

Josh Smith

6-8

SF

Mouth of Wilson (VA) Oak Hill Academy

Indiana

BIG TEN

D.J. White

6-8

PF

Tuscaloosa (AL) Hillcrest

Indiana

BIG TEN

J.R. Angle

6-6

SF

Trefalgar (IN) Indian Creek

Iowa

BIG TEN

Alex Thompson

6-8

SF

Ames (IA) High

Iowa

BIG TEN

Seth Gorney

7-0

C

Vandalia (OH) Butler

Iowa

BIG TEN

Ronald Coleman

6-6

SF

Romulus (MI) High

Michigan

BIG TEN

Marquise Gray

6-7

PF

Flint (MI) Beecher

Michigan State

BIG TEN

Drew Neitzel

6-1

PG

Wyoming Park (MI) High

Michigan State

BIG TEN

Spencer Tollackson

6-9

PF

Chaska (MN) High

Minnesota

BIG TEN

Miles Webb

6-3

SG

Brooklyn Park (MN) Park Center

Minnesota

BIG TEN

Brandon Lee

6-1

PG

Peoria (IL) High

Northwestern

BIG TEN

Gary Lee

6-6

SF

Flint (MI) Northern

Northwestern

BIG TEN

Jamar Butler

6-2

PG

Lima (OH) Senior

Ohio State

BIG TEN

Matt Terwilliger

6-9

PF

Troy (OH) High

Ohio State

BIG TEN

Danny Morrissey

6-3

SG

Brandenton (FL) IMG Academy

Penn State

BIG TEN

Mike Walker

6-1

PG

Camp Hill (PA) Trinity

Penn State

BIG TEN

Xavier Price

6-4

SG

Belleville (IL) West

Purdue

BIG TEN

Bryant Dillion

6-6

SG

Southwestern Illinois (IL) CC

Purdue

BIG TEN

Greg Steimsma

6-11

C

Randolph (WI) High

Wisconsin

BIG TEN

DeAaron Williams

6-5

SF

Bartonville (IL) Limestone Community

Wisconsin

BIG TEN

Michael Flowers

6-2

PG

Madison (WI) La Follette

Wisconsin

BIG TEN


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