Updated: Indiana Basketball Class of 2020 Big Board

Which high school prospects are on a candy striped path to Bloomington?

Below is The Daily Hoosier’s latest class of 2020 recruiting Big Board, summarizing Indiana’s commitments, offered targets, and other primary prospects.

Every day our popular Daily Hoosier Report brings you all of the recruiting news from around the country on Indiana’s top targets.  Not limited to one outlet, and thus one perspective, our insights represents an aggregation of the latest thinking on IU’s main recruits across the recruiting landscape.

The 2020 offered players are shown in the order of The Daily Hoosier’s current evaluation of the likelihood of an IU commitment.

This is a fluid list and the ordering is regularly updated as player news develops.

Click on a player’s name for their Daily Hoosier recruit profile page including our latest coverage.

Last Updated:  September 11, 2019

Committed Players 


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Photo Credit – Journal & Courier

Committed in July 2019.

Hometown – Culver, IN (Culver Academies)
Position – Combo Guard
Height – 6-foot-4
Weight – 200
247 Sports Composite Rating – 3-star


Via Anthony Leal on Twitter

Committed in August 2019.

Hometown – Bloomington, IN (South)
Position – Shooting Guard
Height – 6-foot-5
Weight – 200
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star


Credit – St. Paul’s Basketball via Twitter

Committed in September 2019

Hometown – Concord, NH (St. Paul’s)
Position – Wing
Height – 6-foot-6
Weight – 195
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star

Offered Players



The Hoosiers offered in April 2019.

Hometown – Prior Lake (Prior Lake)
Position – Forward
Height – 6-foot-11
Weight – 225
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star
Primary Competition – Minnesota, North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky, Marquette


Photo Credit – YurView

Indiana offered Diarra in May, 2019.

Hometown – Queens, NY (Putnam Science Academy, CT)
Position – Point Guard
Height – 6-foot-2
Weight – 185
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star
Primary Competition – Georgia, Texas Tech, Maryland, NC State, Texas A&M


Photo Credit – FIBA

The Hoosiers offered in September 2019.

Hometown – Puerto Rico (Long Island Lutheran, NY)
Position – Point Guard
Height – 6-foot
Weight – 160
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star
Primary Competition – Illinois, Louisville, Kansas, St. John’s


Credit to: Mike Schumann / The Daily Hoosier

The Hoosiers offered Steward in May 2019.

Hometown – Chicago, IL (Whitney Young)
Position – Shooting Guard
Height – 6-foot-3
Weight – 165
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star
Primary Competition – Illinois, Duke, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Louisville


Photo Credit – Prep Hoops

The Hoosiers offered Jackson in July 2018.

Hometown – Rochester, MI (Waterford Mott)
Position – Forward
Height – 6-foot-9
Weight – 195
247 Sports Composite Rating – 5-star
Primary Competition – Kentucky, Alabama, Syracuse, Memphis, Louisville, Michigan State


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Indiana offered Loveday in June, 2018.

Hometown – Gallipolis, OH (Huntington Prep, WV)
Position – Center
Height – 7-foot-0
Weight – 215
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star
Primary Competition – Ohio State, Louisville, Baylor, Florida, Purdue

Other Prospects (in no particular order)

Links are to 247Sports profile if we have not covered the player.

  • Cam Hayes, Greensboro, North Carolina.  6-foot-3 Point Guard.
  • Davion Bradford, Phoenix, Arizona.  6-foot-10 Forward.
  • AJ Hoggard, Wayne, Pennsylvania.  6-foot-3 Point Guard.
  • Josh Gray, St. James, New York, 6-foot-11 Center.
  • Lynn Greer, Philadelphia, 6-foot-1 point guard.


  • Guard Ethan Morton committed to Purdue.
  • Guard Nimari Burnett released a top 12 that did not include Indiana.
  • Forward Jaemyn Brakefield released a top 10 that did not include Indiana.
  • Forward Jalen Bridges committed to West Virginia.
  • Forward Matt Cross committed to Miami (Fla.).
  • Guard RJ Davis is no longer considering Indiana according to an article by The Athletic.
  • Guard Caleb Love cancelled his official visit and cut IU from his list.

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