The Indiana Hoosies are off to a good start to the season with five wins and two losses, but things are looking up for the program. A five-star commit and son of a former NBA All-Star committed to the school.
On November 30th, class of 2019 five-star recruit Trayce Jackson-Davis decided that he would be continuing his basketball career as a Hoosier.
— TJD (@TrayceJackson) November 30, 2018
The 6’8 prospect was ranked at number four on 247Sports list of top centers in the class of 2019. Indiana has now managed to sign two top recruits in back-to-back years, as they were able to reel in Romeo Langford from the class of 2018.
Though he just committed to Indiana, Jackson-Davis will have the spotlight on him as he is the son of former NBA All-Star center Dale Davis. Already listed at 6’8 and 232 pounds, Trayce could be well on track to almost reaching the 6’11” height his father was listed at.
Other than Indiana, Jackson-Davis received offers from other top schools such as Clemson, UCLA, Iowa, Wake Forest, and Michigan St.
As he finishes his last season at Center Grove High School, the five-star prospect looks to show the world he can follow in his father’s footsteps and lead Indiana to victory.