Archie Miller was just hired this spring to replace Tom Crean at Indiana and if he wanted to get off to a good start he was going to need to recruit at a high level. It looks like he has definitely done that as he and his staff received three big time commits over the course of 24 hours on Sunday and Monday.

In addition to Hunter and Anderson, Miller also landed Race Thompson. All of those players are ranked as four-star recruits by ESPN. Hunter is a 6’6″, 195-pound small forward out of Ohio while Anderson is another 6’6″ small forward out of Indiana and Thompson is a 6’7″ power forward out of Minnesota.

Miller knows exactly what to do with guys like this as he almost exclusively recruited players that size at Dayton. Now, he’ll have more skilled players at his disposal and the allure of big time Big Ten and Indiana basketball he didn’t have before. It looks like the new era for the Hoosiers is well underway and off to a good start.

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