Bloomington, Indiana–Indiana University men’s basketball coach Archie Miller has announced that Trayce Jackson-Davis, a 6-9 232-lb., All-State forward from Center Grove (Indiana) High School has signed a national letter of intent to attend IU and play basketball for the Hoosiers.

Davis is ranked #15 in the country by 247 Sports Composite, 17th by ESPN and #18 in the nation by Rivals.com.  He also is #14 in USA Today’s Chosen 25 for the 2019 class.

He will be a four-year letterwinner for the Trojans, who are coached by Zach Hahn, and has led them to back-to-back sectional titles.  He averaged 22.3 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.7 blocked shots and 2.8 assists per game as a junior.  He had 29 points and 10 rebounds in his senior season opener last week in a win against Franklin.

He was a member of the core team of Indiana Junior All-Stars and was part of the Supreme 15 All-State underclass team as chosen by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

He also helped Team USA win the 2018 FIBA Americas Men’s U18 Championship gold medal, last June.  During the tournament, he made 19 of his 22 field goal attempts (86.0%).

During the AAU season last summer, he averaged 19.1 points and 7.1 rebounds per game for Spiece Indy Heat and coach Jason Delaney.   His team played in the Nike EYBL circuit.

He is the son of Ray and Karla Jackson and Dale Davis.  He has a sister, Arielle and a brother, Tayven.

He is the second member of IU’s 2019 class joining guard Armaan Franklin of Indianapolis Cathedral High School.