Indiana has dipped back into Georgia for its latest high school offer.
On Tuesday, class of 2025 forward Bryson Tiller announced on his Twitter page he had been offered by the Hoosiers.
Extremely honored and humble to receive a scholarship offer from Indiana University pic.twitter.com/Xk6OWEGIMY
— Bryson (@brysontiller_11) January 4, 2022
While there are no rankings yet for the class of 2025, Tiller appears to be on pace to be one of the best in the current group of high school freshmen.
A 6-foot-8 forward at Atlanta (Ga.) Pace Academy, Tiller has already landed scholarship offers from Auburn, Xavier, Georgia Tech, Cleveland State and Tulane in addition to IU.
With a versatile inside-out game, Tiller projects early on as a hybrid 3-4. This is how 247Sports national analyst Eric Bossi described Tiller’s game a few weeks ago after watching him.
“Tiller is a smooth athlete with long arms and pretty advanced skill for a young player,” Bossi wrote. “He can really put the ball on the floor and attack out of the high post, shows promise as a big man who can stretch the floor, passes very well out of double teams for such a young player and shows a lot of versatility on the defensive end where he controls the glass and protects the rim.”
Last summer Tiller played up three years for the Atlanta XPress 17u squad. For Pace Academy he is currently averaging 11 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.7 blocks and 1.1 steals as a freshman according to MaxPreps.
Given his Georgia location, this is a recruitment led by IU assistant coach Yasir Rosemond.
Tiller is already the fourth player IU has offered in the class of 2025, joining in-state products Jalen Haralson and Trent Sisley, and fellow Georgia product Caleb Wilson.
For a complete list of Indiana’s recruiting targets in the classes of 2023 and beyond, GO HERE.
Tiller is wearing No. 23 in white in the video below. You can see more brief highlights of Tiller playing for Pace this season on his Hudl page HERE.
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