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Updated: Indiana’s Class of 2021 Through 2023 Prospects

Below are the updated primary known Indiana basketball targets and others on the radar in the classes of 2021, 2022 and beyond.

You can always refer back to this page on our recruiting menu — and we will keep it updated as developments occur.

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Last update:  November 26, 2020

CLASS OF 2021

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To see the 2021 big board with players listed in a regularly updated order of likelihood of an IU commitment, GO HERE.

Commits

Credit – Jon Lopez / Nike

*RECLASSIFIED TO 2020*

Lander is a 6-foot-2 point guard from Evansville, Indiana.  The Hoosiers offered in September of 2018 and Lander committed in February of 2020.

Credit – Cincinnati Enquirer

Duncomb is a 6-foot-9 center from Cincinnati, Ohio.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2019 and Duncomb committed in April, 2020.

Offered and still available (in order of offers)

Mohammed is a 6-foot-3 guard from Washington, D.C.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2019.

Photo by Nick Lucero/Rivals.com

Miller is a 6-foot-9 forward from Memphis.

Updates on offered players

  • Terrence Clarke is reclassifying to the class of 2020 and did not include Indiana in his final group.
  • Javonte Brown-Ferguson committed to UConn.
  • Caleb Furst committed to Purdue.
  • Trey Patterson committed to Villanova.
  • Max Christie committed to Michigan State
  • James Graham III excluded IU from his finalists
  • Jordan Longino committed to Villanova
  • Carter Whitt committed to Wake Forest.
  • John Camden committed to Memphis.
  • Franck Kepnang committed to Oregon.
  • Bryce Hopkins committed to Kentucky
  • Trey Kaufman committed to Purdue
  • Blake Wesley did not include Indiana in his final six.
  • Hunter Sallis did not include Indiana in his top eight.
  • Mustapha Amzil committed to Dayton.

Prospects (in no particular order)

  • Kai Johnson, Durham, North Carolina (Bull City).  6-foot-9 power forward.

CLASS OF 2022 

Offers (in order of offers)

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Photo Credit – Rivals

Washington is a 6-foot-8 forward from Gary, Indiana.  The Hoosiers offered in June, 2019.

Livingston is a 6-foot-5 guard from Akron, Ohio.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2019.

Photo Credit – New Hampton Athletics

Karaban is a 6-foot-8 forward from Northborough, Massachusetts.  The Hoosiers offered in March, 2020.

Photo via David Ramey on Twitter

Phillips is a 6-foot-10 center from Dayton, Ohio.  The Hoosiers offered in April, 2020.

Credit – LC Athletics

Davis is a 6-foot-6 wing from Indianapolis.  The Hoosiers offered in June, 2020.

Via Tinley Park Athletics

Casey is a 6-foot-8 forward from Chicago.  The Hoosiers offered in June, 2020.

Williams is a 6-foot-4 guard from Philadelphia.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2020.

Cruz is a 6-foot-3 guard from New Jersey.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2020.

Credit – NMH Basketball

Brown is a 6-foot-3 guard from Connecticut.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2020.

Photo: BRIAN FERGUSON/Gazette-Mail

McKneely is a 6-foot-4 guard from West Virginia.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Gunn is a 6-foot-5 guard from Indianapolis.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Photo Credit – Jon Lopez / Nike

Rice is a 6-foot-4 guard from Maryland.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Photo via Masai Troutman on Instagram

Troutman is a 6-foot-5 guard from Maryland.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Photo: St. Anne’s Belfield

Taylor is a 6-foot-6 small forward from Virginia.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Aire is a 6-foot-10 center from Maryland.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Via Jalen Hood-Schifino on Instagram

Hood-Schifino is a 6-foot-5 guard from Pittsburgh.  The Hoosiers offered in September, 2020.

East Rockingham High School basketball star Tyler Nickel has picked an offer from one of the most recognizable programs in college basketball.
Photo credit – WHSV

Nickel is a 6-foot-8 wing from Elkton, Virginia.  The Hoosiers offered in October, 2020.

Photo via Tarris Reed on Twitter

Reed is a 6-foot-9 forward from St. Louis, Missouri.  The Hoosiers offered in October, 2020.

Updates

  • Skyy Clark did not include IU in his top eight.
  • Bruce Thornton committed to Ohio State.

Prospects (in no particular order)

  • Kamari Lands, Indianapolis, Indiana (La Lumiere).  6-foot-6 Guard.
  • Tayshawn Comer, Indianapolis, Ind.  (Cathedral). 5-foot-11 Point Guard.
  • Reggie Bass, Muncie, Ind. (Hamilton Heights Christian Academy).  6-foot-4 Shooting Guard.
  • Leland Walker, Indianapolis, Ind. (North Central).  5-foot-11 Point Guard.
  • JJ Louden, Indianapolis, Ind. (Pike).  6-foot-4 Point Guard.
  • Will Lovings-Watts, Jeffersonville, Indiana (Jeffersonville).  6-foot-4 Guard.
  • Peter Suder, Carmel, Ind. (Carmel).  6-foot-4 Shooting Guard.
  • Paul McMillan, Cincinnati, Ohio (Woodward).  6-foot-1 Point Guard.
  • Julian Norris, Evansville, Indiana (Bosse).  6-foot-4 Shooting Guard.
  • Dayveon Turner, Anderson, Indiana (Anderson).  6-foot Combo Guard.
  • Braden Smith, Westfield, Indiana (Westfield).  6-foot Point Guard.
  • Kyle Thomas, Westchester, Illinois (St. Jospeh’s). 6-foot-8 Power Forward.
  • Jayden Pierre, Elizabeth, New Jersey (Elizabeth). 6-foot Point Guard.
  • Trejuan Holloman, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Cretin Derham Hall).  6-foot-1 Point Guard.
  • Kyle Filipowski, Westtown, New York (Wilbraham & Monson Academy). 6-foot-9 Small Forward.
  • Jameel Brown, Haverford, Pennsylvania (Haverford).  6-foot-3 Combo Guard.
  • Evan Mahaffey, Cincinnati, Ohio (Moeller). 6-foot-6 Wing.
  • Khalil Brantley, Brooklyn, New York (Boys & Girls). 6-foot Point Guard.
  • Jaden Schutt, Yorkville, Illinois (Yorkville Christian). 6-foot-5 Shooting Guard.
  • Leon Bond, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Wauwatosa East).  6-foot-5 Wing.
  • M.J. Rice, Durham, North Carolina (Oak Hill Academy). 6-foot-5 Shooting Guard.
  • De’Ante Green, Arden, North Carolina (Christ School). 6-foot-9 Power Forward.
  • Fletcher Loyer, Fort Wayne, Indiana (Homestead). 6_foot-4 Shooting Guard.
  • Joe Hurlburt, Enderlin, North Dakota (Enderlin Area). 6-foot-10 Center.
  • Braden Huff, Carol Stream, Illinois (Glenbard West).  6-foot-9 Combo Forward.
  • Jai Smith, Raleigh, North Carolina (Bull City Prep).  6-foot-8 Forward.
  • Saxby Sunderland, Oakton, Virginia (Flint Hill). 6-foot-4 Combo Guard.
  • Braeden Moore, Nashville, Tennessee (Christ Presbyterian Academy). 6-foot-8 Wing.

CLASS OF 2023

Offers (in order of offers)

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Gibbs-Lawhorn is a 6-foot guard from Lafayette, Ind.  Indiana offered in September, 2020.

Prospects (in no particular order)

  • Jalen Hooks (Indiana – Franklin Central)
  • Kaleb Glenn (Kentucky – Louisville Male)
  • Darrion Brooks (Indiana – New Haven)
  • Xavier Booker (Indiana – Cathedral)
  • Ashton Williamson (Indiana – Calumet)
  • Jayden Pinkston (Indiana – Tindley)
  • Nickens Lemba (Indiana – Southport)
  • AJ Dancler (Indiana – Southport)
  • Anthony Ball (Indiana – Southport)
  • Jamie Hodges, Jr. (Indiana – Michigan City)
  • Joey Hart (Indiana – Linton – Stockton)
  • JaQualon Roberts (Indiana – Bloomington North)
  • Preston Roberts (Indiana – Noblesville)
  • Jesse Faires (Indiana – Ben Davis)
  • Rayvon Griffith (Ohio – Taft)
  • Gabe Cupps (Ohio – Centerville)
  • Javonte Taylor (Illinois – Morgan Park)
  • Rodney Gallagher (Pennsylvania – Uniontown)
  • Taylor Bol Bowen (Rhode Island – St. George’s)
  • Gus Yalden (Wisconsin – Asheville School – NC)
  • Maki Johnson (West Virginia – Huntington Prep)
  • Carter Lang (Virginia – St. Anne’s Belfield)
  • Kwame Evans, Jr. (Maryland – Baltimore Polytechnic)
  • Donald Villard (Massachusetts – City on a Hill)
  • Jeremy Fears (Illinois – Joliet West)
  • Lawrent Rice (Ohio – Huber Heights)
  • Marlon Barnes (Ohio – Brush)
  • Jaydon Young (North Carolina – Greensboro Day)
  • Matas Buzelis (Illinois – Hinsdale Central)

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