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Eyeing IU

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Breaking down women's basketball class

The Indiana women's basketball team announced the signing of two players Thursday. The new Hoosiers are Haley Videckis, a 6-foot guard/forward from Barlett (Ill.) High School and Brittany Webb, a 5-4 point guard from Heritage Christian High School.

"Haley is a fantastic student-athlete who can absolutely shoot from long distance," Indiana coach Felisha Legette-Jack said in a statement. "Her upside is immeasurable. I love our future with Haley as a part of it. I am so glad she will be a Hoosier."

"I would love to schedule the 122 point guards that are ahead of this competitive Hoosier," Legette-Jack said of Webb. "I think that she would fare quite well. I love the fact that Brittany's dream school is IU. She is a pure point guard who is tough as nails. I am so glad she will be a Hoosier as she has been one her entire life."