Indiana Basketball: Hoosiers’ 2020 signee off to hot start to senior year

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One Indiana basketball signee in the 2020 class has had two back-to-back terrific performances to start off his senior season.

With college basketball in full swing, it also means that high school basketball is back as well, and for all of the 2020 class it is their last year before heading off to their respective college campuses. For one Indiana basketball signee, his senior season is off to a terrific start.

The Culver Academies (IN) guard Trey Galloway enters his senior season as the lowest rated Indiana signee, at No. 116 in the 247Sports rankings, but is coming off of a great summer for Indiana Elite in which he averaged 16.1 points on 61.4 percent from the field and 42.9 percent from three.

On Tuesday, his senior season kicked off with a bang as he put up 29 points on 11-of-15 from the field, including six assists to just two turnovers in a win. In game two, he upped that and scored 35 points to go along with eight rebounds and four assists. After dealing with a wrist injury for the majority of his junior season, a healthy summer is leading right into his senior year and it has shown through two games.

In the highlights from his 35-point outing, you can clearly see his athleticism, ability to create for others, and versatility, something Archie Miller loves out of his guards. The 6-foot-5 guard, though not a ‘true point guard’, has spent the majority of his minutes thus far this season as the main ball handler, something he does quite well.

The first commit in Archie Miller’s 2020 class, Galloway was teammates with fellow IU signee Anthony Leal in AAU, as well as 2021 guard Khristian Lander, a top Indiana target.

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Galloway averaged 16.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 3.8 assists per game in his junior season, all marks he looks to surpass in his final year at The Culver Academies.