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Kendall Stephens Transferring To Nevada

Purdue transfer Kendall Stephens has announced that he will close out his college basketball career at Nevada.

Stephens, a 6’6 shooting guard, knocked down 175 three-point baskets during his three years at Purdue. Stephens evolved into a three-point specialist at Purdue with 483 of his 630 shots coming from behind the arc.

Stephens will have to sit out the 2016-17 season per NCAA transfer rules ahead of playing out his final year of eligibility at Nevada in 2017-18.

Stephens starred at St. Charles East High School (IL) as a prep.

  • Written by Brian Stinnette
  • Category: Indiana News

Eron Gordon Announces Decision To Attend Seton Hall

Class of 2016 Indianapolis Cathedral (IN) standout Eron Gordon has committed and signed to play his college basketball for head coach Kevin Willard and Seton Hall University.

Gordon, a 6’2 guard, has been a big scorer throughout his high school career both at North Central High School as well as at Cathedral. Gordon is the younger brother of NBA player Eric Gordon.

Texas Tech, Missouri and Maryland were also among the schools that were being considered by Gordon.

Gordon competes on the Adidas circuit with EG10.

Red-Hot Malik Williams Adds Louisville Offer

Red-hot class of 2017 Fort Wayne Snider standout Malik Williams has now added a scholarship offer from Louisville to his fast-growing collection.

Williams, a highly skilled 6’11 forward, is seeing his recruiting value continue to skyrocket with his play this spring.

Maryland, Pittsburgh, USC all made recent offers ahead of Louisville to go along with a long line of prior offers from the likes of Indiana, Purdue, Michigan State, Iowa and Xavier to name a few.

Williams competes on the travel team circuit with Team Legit.

Former Park Tudor Coach Kyle Cox Accepts Plea Deal

Former Indianapolis Park Tudor High School coach Kyle Cox agreed to plead guilty in federal charges that he engaged in inappropriate sexual activity with a minor.

Cox has agreed to not pursue a sentence of less than 10 years, and the prosecutors have agreed to not seek a sentence of more than 14 years. The actual length of the sentence will be determined by a judge.

According to the criminal complaint, Cox is accused of persuaded a teen to send him explicit messages, and had made plans for a sexual encounter when his family was going to be away.

Cox was arrested in January.

Cox coached Park Tudor to Indiana Class 2A state titles in 2014 and 2015.