It’s been nearly two years since Indiana offered class of 2025 wing Caleb Wilson.
He was the third player the Hoosiers offered in the 2025 class, right after in-state stars Trent Sisley and Jalen Haralson.
So IU was in very early on the Atlanta, Ga. product, and much like Sisley and Haralson, they’ve been accurate with their projection of Wilson as an upper tier high major talent very early in his high school career.
The 6-foot-9 Wilson is now a consensus 5-star. He’s the No. 4 overall player in the 2025 class according to the On3 Industry Average.
Indiana has been working behind the scenes the entire time to stay on Wilson’s radar. And now that 2025 players are beginning to take more visits, the IU staff is making a push to get him on campus.
It sounds like things are headed in a good direction. Wilson told On3’s Jamie Shaw last week that IU is a school he’ll probably visit.
“I like their coach. Coach (Mike) Woodson is a former NBA Coach,” Wilson told Shaw. “I want to take from and learn from the people who have been where I want to go.”
Of course IU has substantial competition for a player of Wilson’s caliber. He’s visiting Kentucky in October, and teams like North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia Tech and Alabama are squarely in the mix.
While playing up a year, Wilson averaged 15.6 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks per game for the Georgia Stars this spring and summer on the Nike EYBL Circuit. He’s got great length and couples that with a wing-oriented skillset.
He’s entering his junior season at Atlanta’s Holy Innocents Episcopal School. You can watch high school and summer highlights of Wilson below.
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