• Athlete
High School
  • Bloomington High School South
Graduation Year
  • 2009
  • Basketball
  • 2024
Jordy Hulls
  • Indiana Mr. Basketball in 2009 after leading South to 26-0 season and school’s first state championship
  • scored 1,046 career points
  • also named 2009 Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year
  • helped Panthers to 2007 Final Four before losing to Eric Gordon and North Central
  • went on to IU, helping Tom Crean resurrect Hoosier program
  • junior year had 11 points, 5 assists, 4 steals as IU knocked off No. 1 Kentucky on Christian Watford’s buzzer-beater
  • Hoosiers went on to Sweet 16 that year and won the Big Ten title his senior year while also reaching No. 1 ranking and Sweet 16 again
  • set Big Ten record with 58 consecutive free throws made
  • his .493 3-point percentage is 6th all-time in league play
  • among IU’s top 5 in games played with 135
  • his total of 1,318 points is 26th all-time for IU
  • 254 3-pointers is IU’s 2nd best and .859 free throw percentage 3rd best
  • Director’s Award winner at 2013 Spirit of Indiana Showcase
  • Third Team Capital One All-American
  • 9-year pro career in Europe with stops in Poland, Kosovo, Belgium, Germany
  • 2019 MVP of Europe Cup League
  • multiple seasons with 50/50/90 shooting splits, a German record
  • led MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg (Germany) team to league final four in 2022
  • retired in 2022 to accept position of Mike Woodson’s staff at IU
  • with father J.C. Hulls is co-founder of Never Lose Hope, an organization that helps children affected by cancer.