2015 Indiana Basketball Recruiting Board

The 2015 Indiana Basketball Recruiting Board is a collection of information on recruits that Indiana is believed to be recruiting for its 2015 class.

Information that appears on school lists is collected from public recruit profiles on ESPN, Rivals, Scout, 247Sports and various news outlets. School lists only denote reported interest, not offers. The board should not be considered a complete list of prospects being recruited and is not endorsed by Indiana University.

If there is a prospect we should consider adding, please drop us an email at insidethehall@gmail.com.

Projected Class Size: 3

Last Updated: 10/6/2014

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Juwan Morgan (Committed on Sept. 10, 2014)

Forward, 6-8, 220-pounds, Waynesville (Mo.), MoKan Elite
247Composite: 4-star (87); ESPN: 4-star (NR); Rivals: 4-star (105); Scout: 4-star (97)

Notes: Morgan announced his commitment to Indiana in a press conference on Sept. 10 and became the first commitment for the 2015 class.

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O.G. Anunoby (Committed on Oct. 14, 2014)

Forward, 6-7, 200-pounds, Jefferson City (Mo.), Team Thad
247Composite: 3-star (237); ESPN: (NR); Rivals: 3-star (NR); Scout: (NR)
Schools: Georgia, Gonzaga, Indiana, Iowa

Notes: Indiana offered Anunoby during an unofficial visit on Monday, Aug. 4. He’s visited Bloomington on Oct. 4 and committed on Oct. 14.

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Thomas Bryant

Forward, 6-10, 220-pounds, Huntington Prep (W.V.), Team SCAN
247Composite: 5-star (23); ESPN: 5-star (10); Rivals: 4-star (35); Scout: 4-star (30)
Schools: Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Florida State, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio State, St. John’s, Syracuse, UCLA, Villanova, West Virginia

Notes: Indiana offered Bryant, one of the top post players in the class of 2015, in mid-July. He’s scheduled to visit Indiana in early October.

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Caleb Swanigan

Center, 6-9, 255-pounds, Homestead, Spiece Indy Heat
247Composite: 5-star (15); ESPN: 5-star (17); Rivals: 5-star (16); Scout: 5-star (8)
SchoolsAlabama, Arizona, Georgetown, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Purdue, UCLA

Notes: Swanigan recently moved to the 2015 class, making him the top prospect in the state.

Marcus LoVett Jr.

Guard, 6-0, 160-pounds, Burbank Providence (Ca.), Las Vegas Prospects
247Composite: 4-star (89); ESPN: 4-star (NR); Rivals: 4-star (90); Scout: 4-star (87)
Schools: Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Oregon State, San Diego State, Stanford, Texas, UC-Irvine, UCLA, UNLV, USC, Washington

Notes: LoVett has Indiana ties — his family is originally from Fort Wayne — and his dad was coached by Steve McClain in junior college.

  • HoosierGrampy

    Having just viewed Hyron Edwards’s latest Twitter post w/courtside video, I’d put him back on the “2015 Wish List” STAT. 5’10 w/serious hops (2-handed jam in the video),goes from 0 to 100 in 3 dribbles while maintaining outstanding court vision, gets the rock to teammates timely and puts them in position to shoot in stride, uses BOTH hands well. At the risk of being called a name or two, he’s at least as good as Ferrell right now in the open court. In the vernacular, “Dude got skilz”.

  • HoosierGrampy

    Daniel Giddens is now a Suckeye commit. I so wish he were coming to B’town instead of Columbus. Happy Birthday to him at any rate.

  • IUBizmark

    RIP Spalding…

  • CreamandCrimson

    Thanks for the update, great work as always…I think Dean Wade is 6’8″, not 6’2″.

  • Cm

    I don’t think Caleb Swanigan and PJ Dozier are twins, need to update Swanigans photo

  • Kyl470

    I’ve often criticized CTC, but I won’t criticize the ITH staff. You guys do a great job of keeping us die hard fans informed.

  • Kyl470

    I’d also like to hear Swanigan talk about IU more. He fills a definite need for the team and is the highest ranked prospect in the state.

  • Kyl470

    Blackmon is a shooting guard.

  • TJ21

    Brain cramp, deleted my own comment

  • Boycott Homeland

    impossible with Crean

  • Brklynhoosier

    Right. Because we weren’t nat’l champion favorites… one single year ago…

  • Benhyoung14

    No more Zimmerman?

  • ForeverIU

    We have an in-home visit scheduled with Stephen Zimmerman in September, right?

  • IUBBfan

    Shake to SMU Think we have a chance with Bryant or Zimmerman?

  • Hoosier1388

    and William Gates for the Hoop Dreams fans…

  • Hoosier Hall

    Will there be a 2016 board soon?

  • aross

    Any word on if the Syracuse self imposed post-season ban increases our chances of landing Thomas Bryant? I thought it was just most likely Syracuse then Indiana and Missouri and Kentucky.

  • Ryan Howell

    IU didn’t make the cut for Swanigan. Take him off. Once again Crean misses on a physical forward. I have no hope for next year without a big. Hanner isn’t doing it.

  • Bill Graham

    no big deal. its not like he was the best big in Indiana (pshh like we even need a post player next year)… Plus its not like we’re gonna have to play against him ever (i mean its not like he’s gonna be a spartan or anything).

  • Overdorf

    Hopefully, Crean can get his teams to play D. Then he can install a real offense that works against teams that play D themselves. This three man weave out on the perimeter isn’t cutting it.

  • Overdorf

    It’s not an issue of talent at IU, it’s a defense problem. Defense is work, defensive liabilities should warm pine. Need more shut down defensive players, enough sharpshooters with no defensive skills!

  • Bill Graham

    I could be wrong and I’m not claiming to be prophetic…but if I had to guess I would say that we get a transfer (most likely a Big).

  • Ryan Howell

    I agree. I hate UK but Calipari isn’t afraid to bench some guys if they are playing poorly on both sides of the ball. If Nick Zeisloft isn’t hitting shots, he doesn’t need to be on the court, same goes for Hartman and Parea.

  • Overdorf

    The “Calipari Model”,as much as I hate the thought of it, is the way to run a program nowadays.I long for the days of Knight, when it was almost always a four year deal, but that’s the past. It’s got to be every year bringing in the best players you can get regardless.

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