Indiana loses three transfers and one to draft

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Indiana University lost four members of its men’s basketball team on Monday, with three players transferring from the program and one joining the NBA Draft.

It came to no surprise to any that Hoosiers Freshman forward Noah VonLeh (pictured above) will be entering this summer’s NBA Draft. VonLeh, who lead the Big Ten in rebounding and was the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, is expected by many to be a lock as a lottery pick in June. VonLeh averaged 11.3 points and 9.0 rebounds during his one year in Bloomington.

The other players leaving the Hoosiers program might come as a more of a surprise. Sophomore Jeremy Hollowell, Junior Austin Etherington, and redshirt Sophomore Jonny Marlin are all transferring away from the school. In Etherington’s case, he will graduate from the school in May, and will seek a one-time graduate transfer exception.

Hollowell, who was a part of the recruiting class known as “The Movement”, played in 62 games over two seasons for the Hoosiers and started in 15 during 2013-14.