For some, this might be the first time seeing something about Jonny Marlin. He is on the team. Trust me.
Marlin transferred to Indiana last season from IPFW. Because of NCAA transfer rules, he wasn't eligible to play.
Much like Peter Jurkin, he hasn't seen much action, but he could this season considering the roster. Indiana's only other true point guard is Yogi Ferrell. Ferrell is obviously slated as the starter, but who plays behind him is still up in the air.
Freshman Stanford Robinson and senior Evan Gordon are a possibility, but they are natural shooting guards. If they can't take care of the basketball like a point guard should, Marlin will have to be considered for the job.
He has shown he can play at the college level. During his one season at IPFW, Marlin put up decent numbers. He averaged 4.3 points and 3.5 assists per game and shot 35.6 percent from the three-point line.
While those numbers are respectable, he wasn't facing Big Ten opponents. Marlin might be a completely different player against the elevated level of competition.
At this point, Marlin is completely unpredictable and is definitely a wild card for the Hoosiers.