Things are moving fast with a highly talented prospect from Louisville.
Indiana offered class of 2023 small forward Kaleb Glenn on Tuesday. On Friday he finalized plans to visit Bloomington next week.
The Daily Hoosier is able to confirm a Twitter report by Jake Weingarten of Stock Risers that Glenn has scheduled a visit to Indiana on June 24.
“Yes I’ll be in Bloomington next Thursday,” Glenn confirmed with The Daily Hoosier.
Interestingly, Glenn bumped a visit to Xavier on the same day to make the trip to Bloomington according to Weingarten’s report.
Glenn attends Louisville Male High School where he averaged 20.6 points and 12.6 rebounds per game while shooting 71% from the field as a sophomore. He plays for Bradley Beal Elite on the Nike EYBL circuit.
The 6-foot-7 Glenn saw a wave of June 15 offers, the first day college coaches could directly contact him. Joining Indiana on that day were Louisville, South Carolina, Wake Forest and Arizona State. Glenn also holds offers from West Virginia, Western Kentucky, Iowa State and Cincinnati according to his 247Sports profile page.
Glenn has been on Indiana’s radar for more than a year. In a conversation with Glenn last month, he told The Daily Hoosier he was intrigued by IU’s hire of new head coach Mike Woodson.
“He’s been there, done that, where I am trying to get to,” Glenn said of Woodson. “He’s coached on the highest level for many years. That’s a big factor.”
Glenn will join other confirmed late June visitors to Indiana including Jalen Hooks (2023), Xavier Booker (2023) and Jalen Hood-Schifino (2022).
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