Big Ten basketball commitments for 2004-05
Tollackson is one of 15 Big Ten verbals
Tollackson is one of 15 Big Ten verbals

Posted May 27, 2003


Iowa landed their third commitment for the 2004-05 season when 7-0 Seth Goreny of Vandalia (Ohio) Butler said that he will play for the Hawkeyes. He is the 15th player to verbally commit to a Big Ten school, more than any conference. The Hawkeyes have the early lead with three commitments. However, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Purdue and Wisconsin have two commitments. Indiana and Penn State have two verbals, while Illinois, Northwestern and Ohio State have yet to land a player.

Robert Vaden

6-5

SF

Indianapolis (IN) Pike

Indiana

J.R. Angle

6-6

SF

Trefalgar (IN) Indian Creek

Iowa

Alex Thompson

6-8

SF

Ames (IA) High

Iowa

Seth Gorney

7-0

C

Vandalia (OH) Butler

Iowa

Ronald Coleman

6-6

SF

Romulus (MI) High

Michigan

Joseph Crawford

6-3

SG

Detroit (MI) Renaissance

Michigan

Marquise Gray

6-7

PF

Flint (MI) Beecher

Michigan State

Drew Neitzel

6-1

PG

Wyoming Park (MI) High

Michigan State

Spencer Tollackson

6-9

PF

Chaska (MN) High

Minnesota

Miles Webb

6-3

SG

Brooklyn Park (MN) Park Center

Minnesota

Willie Morse

6-2

PG

State College (PA) High

Penn State

Desmond Gadis

6-0

PG

Indianapolis (IN) Pike

Purdue

Xavier Price

6-4

SG

Belleville (IL) West

Purdue

Greg Steimsma

6-11

C

Randolph (WI) High

Wisconsin

Michael Flowers

6-2

PG

Madison (WI) La Follette

Wisconsin



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