Eric Gordon, make up you mind?
In November 2005, then North Central Junior Guard, Eric Gordon committed to Bruce Weber and the University of Illinois.
After Mike Davis resigned from Indiana after the 2005-2006 season and the school hired Kelvin Sampson, who then hired Jeff Meyer, Gordon was rumored to be switching sides.
Meyer was Eric Gordon Sr's college coach and was a long time friend of the Gordon family.
In October, after the summer of 2006, Gordon played all across the country seeing his stock rise nationally day-by-day. Gordon decided to switch his commitment from the Illini to the Hoosiers.
In November 2006, Gordon signed a national letter of intent to play for Coach Samspon and Indiana in the 2007-2008 season.
The aftermath of the decision included outrage by Illini Fans and according to Eric Sr, death threats to his son.
In Early 2008, at the IU/Illinois basketball game in Champaign, the Gordon family was hit with Ice and Orange and Blue beeds for wearing "Got Gordon?" t-shirts.
Gordon averaged 20.9 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 2.4 apg, shot 37 percent from 3-point rage, leading the Big Ten in scoring.
He was named to the All-Big-Ten first team and was name Big Ten Freshman of the year.
He was drafted seventh in 2008 by the Los Angeles Clippers.