Indiana offers state’s top sophomore, Keion Brooks Jr.
Archie Miller continues to hit the recruiting trail hard around the state and on Wednesday, he visited the state’s top 2019 prospect.
Miller and assistant coach Ed Schilling were at Fort Wayne North and watched Keion Brooks Jr., the No. 17 player in the 2019 class according to the 247Composite.
Brooks confirmed that he received a scholarship offer from the Hoosiers on his Twitter account.
— Keion Brooks Jr. (@KeionB_12) April 19, 2017
Brooks’ father, Keion Sr., was a standout for Wright State, where he played for two seasons under Schilling.
The 6-foot-8, 190 pound forward also has early scholarship offers from Michigan State and Purdue.
As a sophomore, he averaged more than 20 points and seven rebounds per game as North advanced to the Class 4A state championship game.
New IU coach Archie Miller at North Side today looking at Keion Brooks, Jr. pic.twitter.com/6pw3t5Bx6K
— Dean Pantazi (@DeanPWPTA21) April 19, 2017
Since last Friday, Miller has visited Robert Phinisee, Eric Hunter, Romeo Langford and Brooks. On Thursday, Bloomington North wing Musa Jallow is scheduled to take an unofficial visit to IU’s campus.
Filed to: Keion Brooks Jr.