Terrell Holloway is bringing some good news to a Big Ten school at the best time possible.
The 6-foot, 175-pound point guard from Harmony Community School in Cincinnati, Ohio has given a verbal commitment to Indiana University amidst off-court recruiting issues surrounding the coaching staff.
Holloway, a Rivals150 prospect, said he liked the future of the program despite assistant coach Rob Senderoff reportedly resigning from the school.
"I see some good things happening with them. They have Devin Ebanks coming in and Jordan Crawford will be around and they have Matt Roth (and Tom Pritchard)," Holloway said. "Coach said I could come in there and have a chance to run the team. Everything that's around there is great. I really like the whole situation."
Holloway said he's known for a while that Indiana was the spot for him.
"When I went to (Hoosier Hysteria), they had 15,000 people in there and it was crazy," Holloway says, "but I liked it. I think I've known (that I've wanted to commit there) since then. I just needed to let it sink in some more."
Holloway continues the New York pipeline to Bloomington. The Long Island native is looking forward to playing alongside Ebanks again.
"I've known Devin for a long time. We played (AAU ball) with the New York Panthers when we were 14, 15-years-old. I'm real excited about playing with him. He's real talented," Holloway said.