The Indianapolis Star’s Jeff Rabjohns on further fallout from Kelvin Sampson’s dismissal.
Terrell Holloway (above), a 6-0 point guard from Cincinnati, has asked out of the letter of intent he signed with the Hoosiers in November.
Letters of intent normally are binding, but Holloway and Devin Ebanks had “out” clauses in their letters, allowing them to leave if Kelvin Sampson was not the coach.
“I’m getting out of my letter really soon,” Holloway told rivals.com Monday. “It could happen (Monday) or it might be later in the week. I don’t know, but I’ve begun the process.”
Ranked 100th in the 2008 class, Holloway of Harmony Prep in Cincinnati told rivals.com he considers Indiana “an option” but wants “to look at some other schools.”
Ebanks is ranked 13th in the 2008 class. His handlers have been quoted recently as saying “about 25 schools” have been in contact with expectations that Ebanks will narrow the list. Memphis, Texas and Rutgers are expected to be among the leaders if he doesn’t stick with IU.