April 21st is the first day of the quiet period in men's basketball recruiting. The quiet period lasts until July 6th when summer evaluation begins. Therefore, you will not be hearing about college coaches visiting high schools anymore. Players can visit college campuses unofficially though, where they might pick up offers.
Here is some more news on the recruiting trail...
Evan Blackmon 6'2 SG Fort Wayne Luers has reportedly committed to play for Danville Community College. He had some low-major and D2 interest throughout this season.
Jon Thompson 6'3 PF Rushville has committed to play at Manchester College. Thompson is a good shooter that uses his body really well.
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera6'3 PG North Central continues to draw attention from the top teams nationally. This week he had Georgetown, Louisville, Tennessee, and Kansas State in to see him. Schools like Florida, UCLA, and Texas have been seriously interested as well.
Ronnie Johnson5'10 PG North Central picked up an offer from Purdue a couple weeks ago and had Illinois in to see him this week. It seems like Butler and Purdue are his top choices right now.
J.T. Yoho6'5 SG/SF Eastern Greene has been playing well so far this spring. He reports that Bowling Green, Evansville, and IPFW have shown the most interest at this point. While Indiana State and Eastern Kentucky have shown interest as well. Yoho said about 10 other schools have been in contact with his high school coach, but haven't made a trip to see him yet.
V.J. Beachem6'7 SF Fort Wayne Harding posted on his twitter that he will follow coach Al Gooden to New Haven High School. Harding High School is shutting down after this school year.
Jaylon Brown6'0 PG Fishers has had his recruiting pick up recently. Ohio, Xavier, IUPUI, Butler, and Wright State were all in to see him this week. The explosive guard has big potential. He plays for Martin's Wolverines in AAU. They are made up of half Ohio kids and half Indiana players.
Grant Evans6'3 SG Wapahani has an offer on the table from Wright State plus Ball State, Butler, Indiana, and Loyola were in to see him this week.