A busy visit season continues this weekend for IU basketball.
As we’ve previously reported on an individual basis, Indiana will host multiple class of 2025 prospects from the Midwest for what should be a really nice weekend in Bloomington.
Here’s a quick snapshot of who will be in town.
In-state forward Trent Sisley has been on the IU campus many times. Sisley will return this weekend and on Oct. 20 for Hoosier Hysteria. He has two siblings on campus who attend IU. The Indiana staff has been down to visit the Heritage Hills H.S. (Lincoln City, Ind.) product multiple times this month. Sisley is currently a consensus 4-star prospect. The 6-foot-7 Sisley is ranked No. 54 in the 2025 class according to the On3 Industry Average. Indiana offered Sisley before his freshman season began. Sisley shot the ball well this summer while playing up a year on the Nike EYBL circuit.
For more coverage of Sisley including highlights, GO HERE.
Chicago-based wing Aleks Alston will also be town. This will be Alston’s first visit to Indiana that we are aware of. The 6-foot-7 Alston is also a consensus 4-star, and he’s ranked No. 66 nationally in the 2025 class according to the On3 Industry Average. IU offered the Kenwood Academy product a scholarship in April. Alston played with the 16u Mac Irvin Fire on the Nike EYBL circuit, where he made 40-of-99 from three-point range this spring. According to MaxPreps, Alston shot 49 percent from three for his sophomore season of high school basketball.
For more coverage of Alston including highlights, GO HERE.
Indianapolis based guard Azavier Robinson will be in Bloomington as well. The Lawrence North H.S. product has been down to IU previously. Robinson’s recruitment is rapidly growing, with Ohio State, St. Johns, TCU, Oklahoma State, UCF, Notre Dame, Butler, Illinois, Arizona State and a host of mid-majors offering in the last year. He’s ranked a 3-star and the No. 163 overall player in the class according to the On3 Industry Average. Robinson has generally been moving up the rankings and is as high as No. 115 nationally (Rivals). The 6-foot-1 Robinson averaged 20.3 points, 7.6 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.6 steals in 2022-23.
For more coverage of Robinson including highlights, GO HERE.
For a complete recap of IU basketball’s 2024 and 2025 targets, including top schools, timelines, highlights and the latest on their recruitments, GO HERE.
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