One of the storylines that has emerged through the first two days of the July evaluation period is Thon Maker’s dominance at the Under Armour All-American Camp in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The 7-foot Maker, who recently announced he would remain a class of 2016 recruit rather than graduating this December, won the MVP at the NBPA Camp last month.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. – As a class of 2017 recruit still a long way from choosing where he’ll play college basketball, there are quite a few uncertainties remaining for Reading (Pa.) wing Lonnie Walker.
This much, though, is certain: when it comes time to decide, the athletic 6-5, 180-pound rising junior will have plenty of options and won’t take any of them for granted.
Class of 2017 Eudora School (Kan.) guard Mitchell Ballock, who received a scholarship offer from Indiana in early May, wants to make a trip to Bloomington this season for a game.
In an interview with Krysten Peek of Rivals.com at the Under Armour All-American Camp in Charlotte, North Carolina, the 6-foot-4 guard listed Indiana as one of several schools he’d like to visit this winter.
Indiana was the first school to offer class of 2017 forward Matur Maker back in May of 2014 and the Hoosiers have continued to keep a close eye on the four-star big man.
In an interview with Eric Bossi of Rivals.com at the Under Armour All-American Camp in Charlotte, North Carolina, Maker said he’s currently focused on growing his game.
The first of three July evaluation periods begins later today and we’ve updated our 2016 recruiting board with the latest national rankings from all of the major services, updated school lists, new video and much more.
Check out our latest 2016 Indiana basketball recruiting board at the link below:
One of Indiana’s top recruiting targets in the class of 2016, Rawle Alkins, is leaving Christ the King (N.Y.) and enrolling in a prep school for his final high school season.
Alkins made the announcement Thursday afternoon on Twitter:
— Rawle Alkins (@Iam_RawleAlkins) July 2, 2015
Indiana has extended a scholarship offer to class of 2016 Plano (Texas) center Schnider Herard, according to his AAU program, Nike Pro Skills.
The 6-foot-10 Herard, a native of Congo, is rated the No. 82 prospect nationally in the 247Composite. He has more than 15 scholarship offers including Arizona State, Connecticut, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
In 16 games in Nike’s Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL), Herard is averaging 8.4 points and 5.8 rebounds in 17.5 minutes.