Indiana’s visitor list for Hoosier Hysteria continues to grow.
On Thursday, Prep Hoops reporter Colby Giacubeno said 2024 wing Caleb Williams will be in Bloomington for a visit the weekend of Oct. 7.
Indiana offered Williams at the end of July after a highly productive month on the Nike EYBL circuit playing for D.C. based Team Takeover. He was a key part of their 16u squad that claimed a Peach Jam championship to close out the travel ball season. He was also offered by Villanova, Michigan and Virginia in the last six weeks.
For Sidwell Friends H.S. in Washington D.C., Williams made the game-winning shot in the D.C. State Athletic Association (DCSAA) boys’ basketball title game in March, and he had 20 points and 12 rebounds in that contest. He averaged a team-high 12.2 points per game as a sophomore.
The 6-foot-7 Williams entered the 247Sports rankings this week as a 3-star, ranked No. 135 overall.
IU assistant coach Kenya Hunter is the main contact for Williams. He made his way over to the D.C. area to visit Williams last week on the first days of the recruiting period.
Williams joins a growing list of Hoosier Hysteria visitors that The Daily Hoosier expects to also include at least Raleigh Burgess, Trent Sisley, Jalen Haralson, Gabe Cupps, and Trey McKenney.
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