Power forward Emmitt Holt announced on Twitter Wednesday that he has committed to Indiana.
Holt, who averaged 19.8 points and 14.6 rebounds in his final season at Webster Schroeder (NY) High School, is eligible to play in 2014 for the Hoosiers.
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The 6-foot-7, 225-pound Holt received a three-star rating from the recruiting website Rivals.com and also drew scholarship offers from Vermont, Drexel and Duquesne, among other programs.
Holt becomes the sixth member of Indiana's 2014 recruiting class, joining centers Jeremiah April and Tom Priller, shooting guards James Blackmon and Robert Johnson, and small forward Max Hoetzel.
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