Indiana Basketball: Two 2020 commits sign national LOI

It’s national signing day for high school athletes and Indiana basketball had two of its 2020 commits sign their LOI.

The early signing period officially begun for college basketball on Wednesday as recruits across the country can sign their National Letters of Intent to the schools they committed to, and two Indiana basketball 2020 commits officially signed.

Starting from Wednesday up until November 20th is part of the early signing period, and then players won’t be able to officially sign again until the regular signing period on April 15th.

This is now Archie Miller’s third recruiting class of his own players and with three commits, he has all three rated as four-star recruits.

Though not every prospect will sign during the early period, there are a handful of commits who will now officially be part of their respective programs.

Here are the Indiana commits that have signed their national LOI thus far.

Anthony Leal (Bloomington South/SG)

Ranking: No. 113 overall in 247 Sports, No. 98 overall in 247Sports Composite

Trey Galloway (The Culver Academies/SG)

Ranking: No. 114 overall in 247Sports, No. 138 overall in 247Sports Composite.

Jordan Geronimo (St. Pauls School/SF)

Ranking: No. 89 overall in 247Sports, No. 132 overall in 247Sports Composite. 

Scheduled to sign on Monday at his high school.

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Currently, the Indiana Hoosiers have the No. 20 overall class in the 247 Sports class rankings, and the No. 3 class in the Big Ten. Archie Miller and Co. aren’t done, however. In the final four for five-star forward Dawson Garcia, No. 22 player in the 2020 class, the Minnesota native is expected to make his decision on Nov 20, the final day of the early signing period.

If the Hoosiers land Garcia, his commitment would jump the Indiana class ranking all the way to the No. 5 class in the country.

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