Indiana basketball brings on former Hoosier as new recruiting coordinator
Indiana men’s basketball is bringing on a former Indiana player to be the team’s new recruiting coordinator. It will be none other than Ex-Hoosier guard Jordan Hulls.
Hulls played in Bloomington from 2009 to 2013. He averaged 9.8 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 2.7 assists per game throughout college. Hulls was a former B1G champion with Indiana. After college, Hulls played overseas in Poland, Kosovo, Belgium, and Germany.
Zach Osterman of the Indy Star tweeted about the news on Monday. Brian Walsh was the team’s former recruiting coordinator last season, and will begin his 1st year as an assistant coach in 2022.
Here’s what Woodson had to say about the newest addition to Indiana’s staff:
“He is great family man who has competed at the highest level in high school here in Bloomington, as a Hoosier who won a B1G title and played for the No. 1 in the country, and for the nine years as a professional player overseas,” said Woodson. “With his experiences, I believe he can be a tremendous asset to our players and staff and we are excited for he and his family to come back home.”
— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) May 9, 2022