Northwestern transfer Miller Kopp picks IU, fills out roster | #sports | #elderly | #seniors
Report via Indy Star’s Zach Osterman:
Northwestern transfer forward Miller Kopp announced his decision to commit to Indiana on Tuesday morning, rounding out coach Mike Woodson’s first roster.
A career 35.7% 3-point shooter, Kopp averaged 9.6 points per game over three seasons with the Wildcats. In the last two seasons, that number ticked up to 12.3 points per.
Stretching to 6-7 with the ability to play on the perimeter, Kopp fits the sort of 3-4 hybrid Woodson described as on his wish list in a recent roundtable with reporters.
Kopp’s commitment fills the Hoosiers last remaining open scholarship, giving Woodson the full complement of 13. He is the second transfer addition for Indiana this spring, joining Pitt guard Xavier Johnson. Kopp is the first player to transfer to IU from within the Big Ten since Max Bielfeldt, who won conference sixth man of the year honors in 2016.
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