Lyles scores 28, grabs 20 rebounds in win over Howe

  • 01/30/2012 10:29 am in

Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how IU’s five 2012 signees, five verbal commitments and other notable prospects with interest in the Hoosiers are performing at their respective schools. (Photo credit: Jamie Owens/J. Scott Sports)

You can send us stats or results for this report at [email protected]. (Note: This is not a complete list of prospects IU is recruiting. Prospects may be added/removed on a week-to-week basis depending on the availability of stats.)


Hanner Perea (La Porte La Lumiere): Eight points in a 65-49 win at Traders Point Christian on Jan. 26.

Jeremy Hollowell (Lawrence Central): Twenty-one points in a 71-63 loss to Ben Davis on Jan. 24 and 18 points in a 80-40 win at Perry Meridian on Jan. 27.

Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell (Park Tudor): Seventeen points in a 71-41 win at Indianapolis Ritter on Jan. 24.

Peter Jurkin (United Faith Christian Academy, NC): Sixteen points and nine rebounds in a 88-47 win at Hickory on Jan. 24. Twenty-seven points in a 107-74 win over Gaston Day on Jan. 27.

Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple): Thirty-three points, seven rebounds and five assists in a 73-52 win at Indianapolis Chatard on Jan. 25. Eighteen points in a 88-63 win at Indianapolis Marshall on Jan. 28.


Collin Hartman (Indianapolis Cathedral): Ten points and seven rebounds in City Tournament championship win over Heritage Christian on Jan. 23. Thirteen points in a 79-52 win at Indianapolis Arlington on Jan. 27.

Devin Davis Jr. (Warren Central): Nine points and nine rebounds in a 65-60 loss to North Central on Jan. 28.

Luke Fischer (Germantown, WI): Did not play as he recovers from a broken right hand suffered on Jan. 12. Expected to miss three to four weeks.

2013 CLASS

BeeJay Anya (DeMatha Catholic, MD): Eighteen points in a 79-66 win over Carroll on Jan. 24. Eleven points in a 64-62 loss Paul VI Catholic on Jan. 27.

Byron “Bo” Zeigler (Detroit Community, MI): Fourteen points in a 88-51 win over Willow Run on Jan. 27. Community fell to Detroit Country Day 62-49 on Jan. 24, but no individual stats were available.


James Blackmon Jr. (Ft. Wayne Luers): Twenty-one points, four rebounds and four steals in a 83-64 loss to Ft. Wayne North on Jan. 27. No individual stats available for Luers’ 101-74 loss at Bowman Academy on Jan. 28.

Trey Lyles (Indianapolis Tech): Twenty-eight points, 20 rebounds, four assists and four blocks in a 76-47 win over Indianapolis Howe on Jan. 27 and 17 ponts and 16 rebounds in a 58-43 win over Anderson on Jan. 28.

2014 CLASS

+ Aaron Brennan (Guerin Catholic): Twenty points in a 60-59 win over Heritage Christian on Jan. 27 and 33 points in a 75-56 win at Indianapolis Arlington on Jan. 28.

Cliff Alexander (Chicago Curie, IL): Nine points and seven rebounds in an 82-30 win over Harper on Jan. 24.

+ Grant Evans (Wapahani): Twelve points in a 47-41 loss at Delta on Jan. 27. Season-high 29 points in a 59-38 win at Muncie Burris on Jan. 28.

Jaquan Lyle (Evansville Bosse): Twenty-four points in a 97-54 win over Owensboro (Ky.) on Jan. 27.

Trevon Bluiett (Park Tudor): Seventeen points in a 71-41 win at Indianapolis Ritter on Jan. 24.

2015 CLASS

Jalen Coleman (Cathedral): Fifteen points in City Tournament championship win over Heritage Christian on Jan. 23. Ten points in a 79-52 win at Indianapolis Arlington on Jan. 27.

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  • MillaRed

    If Hollowell and Hanner do not get decent minutes next year CTC has a learning disability.

  • 1971hoosier

    If Perea can’t put up massive numbers in rebounding and shot blocking(not even close to Lyles 2014) how should we expect him to do better against much bigger, quicker and smarter competition. I saw him play against Bloomington South a year ago and he had 6pts and only 4 rebounds. With his athletism in high school he should be averaging a minimum of fifteen rebounds and 4 blocks a game. Hopefully he will have an Aha moment and accelerate his athleticism to translate to basketball but so far it is merely a few highlight reel dunks. I think people will be surprised at how hard it will be to outplay our current team.

  • Tim

    Let’s see how he plays when he is a junior and doesn’t have Demetrius Jackson there to take on all the attention. I agree he has the potential to be good, but the entire defensive game plan of teams is to stop Demetrius (and I gotta say they can’t seem to find a way to do it).

  • guest

    Yogi is wearing number 11 next year

  • guest

    Yogi is wearing number 11 next year

  • Hf2436

    You mean like the 6 points, 5 rebounds Jeremy Hollowell had against South THIS YEAR?

  • hoosier_kamp

    Seriously, how does Perea not score 20 points a night alone on dunks? Hes too athletic to not score at the HS level. I worry about his offensive production at IU

  • Herby2 0

     Because at La Lu the offense runs through Raphael Davis. This is coming from a Purdue fan, but I wouldn’t but too much into his numbers not being that impressive. The offense runs through a guard very good at scoring, and on defense La Lu has a lot of other bigs who pull down rebounds and block shots.

  • Kennydescombes

    I will be happy to take one year of Lyles if that is all we can get.  It is certainly better then none.  It may just be something that  Iu fans need to get used to when wanting to get the top players in the country.  We have certainly got to be expecting Zeller, Halloway, and Ferrell to cut their college careers short for the NBA.  Hopefully, the one to three years that we can get from some of these kids will deliver some banners to the Hall, and if they just have incredible seasons and give the fans some great memories, without another NCAA title, so be it.   It will be nice to be back at that level again, and there is always the next guy to bring in and try again.  I say just sit back and enjoy the ride, save the what-if’s for after they are gone.  (ex.  What if Jerrod Jeffries would have stayed for his junior season, or what if Bob Knight could have kept Funderburck, Neil REed, Jason Collier, Luke Recker, etc.)   WE can all probably do that for hours on end.  So enjoy the ride that Crean takes us on.