Logan Duncomb and Trey Kaufman. Photo by Mike Schumann / The Daily Hoosier

IU Basketball Recruiting: Class of 2021 Big Board (UPDATED)

Below is The Daily Hoosier’s assessment of the class of 2021 in the order of likelihood of an Indiana commitment.

This board will be maintained on our recruiting drop down menu and updated periodically as developments occur.

2021 Team Class Rankings:

2021 IU Commits

Credit – Jon Lopez / Nike

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.

(Lander has reclassified into the class of 2020)

Hometown – Evansville, Ind.
Position – Point guard
Height – 6-foot-2
Weight – 165
AAU – Indy Heat (Nike)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 5-star (No. 27)

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.

Hometown – Cincinnati, Ohio
Position – Center
Height – 6-foot-9
Weight – 240
AAU – Indiana Elite (Adidas)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star (No. 109)

2021 Offers (in order of likelihood of an IU commitment)

Photo Credit – Trey Kaufman, News and Tribune

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

Hometown – Sellersburg, Ind.
Position – Wing / Power forward
Height – 6-foot-8
Weight – 210
AAU – Indiana Elite (Adidas)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star (No. 41)
Top Competition – Virginia, Purdue, North Carolina

Junior stats:  25.8 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 2.9 apg, 1.6 bpg, 1.1 spg, 64% FG, 40% 3FG, 75% FT

Kaufman visited Indiana several times this winter and the Hoosiers are as strong as anyone with the in-state product.

Mohammed is a 6-foot-4 guard from Washington, D.C. that plays high school in Missouri.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2019.

Hometown – Washington, D.C.
Position – Shooting guard / Wing
Height – 6-foot-4
Weight – 180
AAU – Boo Williams (Nike EYBL)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 5-star (No. 14)
Top Competition – Louisville, Maryland, Harvard, Pitt, G-League

Junior stats:  34.8 ppg, 15.6 rpg, 57.6% FG, 32% 3FG, 71% FT

Mohammed visited for a game this winter and he intends to decide in Dec. or Jan.

Photo by Nick Lucero/Rivals.com

Miller is a 6-foot-9 small/power forward from Memphis.

Hometown – Germantown, Tenn.
Position – Small/Power Forward
Height – 6-foot-9
Weight – 180
AAU – Hoop City (Adidas Gauntlet)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star (No. 66)
Top Competition – Ohio State, Creighton, TCU, Florida

Junior stats:  Unavailable

Miller is the son of former NBA player Mike Miller, who has a relationship with IU assistant Tom Ostrom.

Credit – USA Basketball

Sallis is a 6-foot-4 combo guard from Omaha, Nebraska.  The Hoosiers offered in August, 2020.

Hometown – Omaha, Neb.
Position – Combo guard
Height – 6-foot-4
Weight – 170
AAU – OSA (Adidas Gauntlet)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 5-star (No. 7)
Top Competition – Gonzaga, Kansas, North Carolina, Kentucky, Oregon, Creighton, Auburn, Iowa St., Alabama, Michigan, Louisville and UCLA.

Junior stats:  22.2 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.8 steals per game as a junior.  Sallis shot 56 percent from the field overall, including 31 percent from behind the arc.

Sallis has a close connection with new IU assistant Kenya Hunter.

Credit – Michael Caterina / South Bend Tribune.

Wesley is a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from South Bend, Indiana.  The Hoosiers offered in July, 2019.

Hometown – South Bend, Ind.
Position – Shooting guard
Height – 6-foot-5
Weight – 170
AAU – Indy Heat (Nike EYBL)
247 Sports Composite Rating – 4-star (No. 118)
Top Competition – Notre Dame, Creighton

Junior stats:  Wesley averaged around 26 points per game to lead the South Bend area.

Wesley took an official visit in November.

Other Prospects to Watch

  • Kuluel Mading, High Point, North Carolina (Burlington). 6-foot-10 Forward.
  • Jarvis Moss, Concord, North Carolina (Cannon School). 6-foot-4 Shooting Guard.

Other Offered Players off the Board

  • 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.

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