The Indiana University men’s basketball program has made its first offer in the class of 2021.
Terrence Clarke is a 6-foot-5 small forward/shooting guard out of Weston, Massachusetts. He announced the IU offer today via Twitter:
Everything Earned ? Blessed and Honored to Receive An Offer From Indiana University ??. #GoHoosiers ? pic.twitter.com/9IzAfqNSXt
— Terrence Clarke (@terrenceclarke_) July 23, 2018
Clarke is one of the most highly regarded players in the class of 2021. ESPN has him rated as the No. 2 small forward in the class. He was one of only a select few class of 2021 players invited to attend the Nike Elite 100 workouts.
He has seen a flurry of offers in just the last few days, including Georgetown, Syracuse, and Wake Forest. He previously had offers from Connecticut, Georgia Tech and Rhode Island.
The long and athletic incoming sophomore played up two years on the Nike EYBL. His play at the Peach Jam attracted a lot of attention.
Playing for Expressions Elite, Clarke averaged 13 points per game to go with 3.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.2 steals while shooting 39 percent from long distance during the Peach Jam while playing against mostly incoming seniors.
In high school, Clarke averaged 13.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game as a freshman at The Rivers School according to MaxPreps. The Rivers School is a private prep school in the Boston area.
Clarke is familiar with Indiana. According to 247Sports, he took an unofficial visit to Bloomington last September in connection with a camp, and he has been hearing from the IU coaching staff regularly.
These highlights are from this past weekend during the July live recruiting period:
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