The state of Kentucky doesn’t regularly produce high end basketball talent, but it has a major star in the class of 2023.
Louisville based small forward Kaleb Glenn is emerging as one of the top prospects in the sophomore class.
Glenn averaged 13.4 points and 10.1 rebounds as a high school freshman. He led the state in field goal percentage and was named first team all-seventh region.
The 6-foot-6 Glenn was recently ranked No. 43 nationally in the 247Sports top-50 for the class of 2023.
A Max Preps All American for 2019-20, Glenn helped lead Louisville Male to a regional title before the season was canceled.
For AAU, Glenn plays for Bradley Beal Elite on the Nike EYBL circuit.
The Daily Hoosier has confirmed that Indiana is meeting virtually with Glenn on Friday, as first reported by Jake Weingarten of Stock Risers.
Glenn is incredibly well built for his age. The 6-foot-6 prospect uses that physique to impose his will in the paint and off the bounce. Long and athletic, Glenn could end up being a 5-star if his already impressive skills catch up to his elite frame.
The hometown school will be a legitimate contender in Glenn’s recruitment. His father played football for Louisville and his mother also attended the school.
Glenn has already received high major offers including Cincinnati, West Virginia, and Iowa State. Along with Indiana, Glenn is also hearing from Louisville, Oregon, and many other top programs.
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