Indiana lands Wisconsin big man

Things couldn't be going better for Tom Crean and Indiana this season.
On New Year's Eve, the Hoosiers knocked off No. 2 Ohio State to push their record to 13-1. On the first day of January, Indiana picked up a big commitment.
Junior big man Luke Fischer from Germantown (Wisc.) High committed after attending Saturday night's win.
The 6-foot-10 Fischer told Mike Pegram of that he had a pretty good idea he was near committing prior to the Ohio State game.
"Coming down here, me and my family felt it might happen," Fischer told on Sunday. "We sat down with Coach Crean after the game, and he was saying how if Cody (Zeller) leaves or even if Cody's here all four years, we're going to need someone to replace him and he feels I can be that player.
"I felt it was the right time, and I committed right then. It just feels right. I don't know how to explain it. It just feels like the place I should be. I can't wait to get there."
A mobile big man who can face up and make jumpers in pick-and-pop situations, Fischer is a three-star prospect who currently ranks No. 140 nationally in the class of 2013.
Fischer joins a 2013 Hoosiers recruiting class that already includes the Nos. 93 and 97 players in the country, Devin Davis and Collin Hartman.