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C.J. Walker Sets Official Visit To Butler

Class of 2016 Indianapolis Arsenal Tech standout C.J. Walker will take an official visit to Butler June 26-28.

Walker, a 6'0 point guard, recently named a top 7 list that included Butler, Florida State, Illinois, Pittsburgh, Missouri, Wichita State and Xavier.

Walker competes on the Nike EYBL Circuit with the Spiece Indy Heat.


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C.J. Walker Names His Top 7 Schools

Class of 2016 Indianapolis Arsenal Tech (IN) standout C.J. Walker named his top 7 schools via Twitter on Wednesday.

Butler, Florida State, Wichita State, Xavier, Pittsburgh, Missouri and Illinois are Walker's top 7.

Walker, a 6'0 point guard, recently decommitted from Purdue. He is coming off of a strong junior season at Tech with saw him average nearly 24 points per game.

Walker competes on the travel team circuit with the Spiece Indy Heat.


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Tayler Persons Transferring To Ball State

Ball State has scored a major addition by landing Northern Kentucky transfer Tayler Persons.

Persons averaged 13.1 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game en route to being named Freshman of the Year in the Atlantic Sun.

Persons starred Kokomo High School (IN) as a prep.

Persons will have three years of playing eligibility remaining after sitting out 2015-16.


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Caleb Swanigan Commits To Purdue

Five-star class of 2015 Homestead High School (IN) standout Caleb Swanigan has now committed to play for head coach Matt Painter and the Purdue Boilermakers.

Swanigan, a 6'8 beefy and skilled post, had originally committed to Michigan State.

Swanigan is added to a Purdue frontcourt that returns a 7'0 A.J. Hammons and 7'2 Isaac Haas.

Purdue will now be as strong inside as any team in the country with Swanigan bringing the added bonus of also being able to operate away from the basket.

Swanigan is the first Indiana Mr. Basketball to become a Boilermaker since Glenn Robinson in 1991.

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IU Dismisses Mosquera-Perea, Davis

Indiana University has dismissed both Hanner Mosquera-Perea and Devin Davis from the basketball team.

Mosquera-Perea was present in a dorm when on Monday night when Davis was cited for possession of marijuana. IU has dealt with a number of off court issues with players over the past year and a half.

Both players had prior alcohol-related incidents with Davis suffering a serious head injury after being hit by a car driven by teammate Emmitt Holt.

Perea, a 6'9 senior-to-be post, was expected to play a major role inside for an Indiana team that should be among the better teams nationally.

Davis, a 6'7 junior-to-be post was set to return to the team after missing all of 2014-15 while recovering from his head injury.

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