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.

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Projected Class Size: 4 or 5

Last Updated: 6/9/15


Juwan Morgan (Signed letter of intent)

Forward, 6-8, 220-pounds, Waynesville (Mo.), MoKan Elite
247Composite: 4-star (93); ESPN: 4-star (NR); Rivals: 4-star (109); Scout: 4-star (96)

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


O.G. Anunoby (Signed letter of intent)

Forward, 6-7, 200-pounds, Jefferson City (Mo.), Team Thad
247Composite: 3-star (271); ESPN: 3-star (NR); Rivals: 3-star (NR); Scout: 3-star (NR)

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


Thomas Bryant (Signed letter of intent)

Forward, 6-10, 220-pounds, Huntington Prep (W.V.), Team SCAN
247Composite: 5-star (20); ESPN: 4-star (20); Rivals: 4-star (27); Scout: 4-star (28)

Notes: Bryant committed to Indiana on Saturday, April 4 at the DICK’S National Tournament in New York and signed with the Hoosiers in the spring period.


Max Bielfeldt (Committed on June 2, 2015)

Forward, 6-7, 245-pounds, Michigan graduate transfer

Notes: Indiana hosted Bielfeldt for an official visit on May 17 and 18 and he committed on June 2. He’ll add frontcourt depth following the dismissals of Devin Davis and Hanner Mosquera-Perea.

  • Oldfan

    Because his academics are strong and he is graduating a semester earlyl

  • KelvinSampson87

    Noah Dickerson is definitely intriguing and I agree Thon seems to good to be true and could cause a lot of problems.

    In Terms of Bielfeldt, keep in mind we are simply trying to replace the depth Hanner added. Bielfeldt had very similar stats to Hanner last year with no attitude or disciplinary issues. This experienced depth with similar talent along with the fact that hes only eligible for one year (opening up scholarship room for a more talented player down the road) makes him a perfect late recruit to replace Hanner.

  • Jeremy

    I think Justin has committed to Florida ???