Indiana has its first commitment in the class of 2020.
Trey Galloway, a 6-foot-5 guard from Culver Academies, announced his commitment to the Hoosiers on Friday afternoon.
It is the first commitment for Indiana from a high school player since November of 2018 when McDonald’s All-American Trayce Jackson-Davis announced that he had signed a National Letter of Intent with the program.
“The relationships the coaches form with the players is what made Indiana the choice for me,” Galloway said in a release on his school’s web site. “I enjoyed getting to know them throughout the recruitment process, and I look forward to doing what I can to make an impact from day one.”
Galloway chose IU over scholarship offers from Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue, Butler, Notre Dame, Iowa and others.
Indiana recruited Galloway for more than two years, but did not offer him a scholarship until this past April following the lone spring evaluation period for college coaches. He took a junior year official visit in May, which means he can still take another official visit to campus this fall.
Galloway is rated the No. 178 player nationally and a three-star prospect by the 247Composite.
As a sophomore, he helped lead Culver Academies to the Class 3A state championship and as a junior, he averaged 16.2 points and 6.5 rebounds as Culver advanced to the state championship game.
He is the sixth in-state player to commit to the Hoosiers under Archie Miller joining Damezi Anderson, Rob Phinisee, Romeo Langford, Armaan Franklin and Trayce Jackson-Davis.
Galloway is a close friend and AAU teammate (Indiana Elite) of another IU 2020 target, Bloomington South’s Anthony Leal. On Thursday, Leal announced that his recruitment is down to Indiana and Stanford.
Filed to: Trey Galloway