July 21, 2024

2025 four-star wing. Davis Fogle received an offer from Indiana on Saturday. The Hoosiers have been tracking Fogle since last July and made an offer today.

Mike Woodson and his team observed the Anacortes, Washington native this week at the NBAPA Top 100 Camp in Orlando. By all accounts, Fogle performed admirably in the renowned event. That prompted the Hoosiers to extend an offer to the four-star prospect.

Fogle plans an official visit to Gonzaga in two weeks. He paid an official visit to Nebraska in his junior year.

Kansas, Creighton, and LSU are the latest colleges to offer scholarships to Fogle. Fogle appears to be planning a visit to these schools.


Davis Fogle Receives Offer From Gonzaga - The Slipper Still Fits


Fogle told 247Sports.com’s Dushawn London in Las Vegas that he hopes to commit early in the autumn.

He will complete his final year at AZ Compass Prep. They compete in the EYBL Scholastic League. Montverde Academy, La Lumiere, Link Year, Sunrise Christian, and other top prep programs compete in this conference.

Peegs.com last saw Fogle in July 2023, when he played for Seattle Select in the UAA, and during the 2024 Pangos All-American Camp. His physical and on-court development over the last year has been remarkable.

Fogle has grown from 6’5″ to 6’7″ in the last year, adding muscle to his frame while maintaining his coordination and athleticism. He moves well enough to play exclusively on the perimeter, but he’s also big enough to play in the paint.

Fogle has guard-level ball abilities. At the Pangos All-American Camp, he handled the ball well and sliced to the paint on a regular basis. He also has outstanding outside shooting ability.

Indiana continues to aggressively pursue players like Braylon Mullins, Jalen Haralson, Trent Sisley, Trey McKenney, Bryson Tiller, Darius Adams, and Malachi Moreno. Behind his skill set and some, Fogle could fit in with any of those players. His perimeter skills will provide options to the lineup he chooses.

Fogle represents AAU with Seattle Select on the Under Armour Next circuit. Woodson spent one day of the May evaluation period at the UA event.

IU making a big show of interest in Braylon Mullins and Trent Sisley

Indiana is making a significant show of interest in 2025 prospects. Braylon Mullins and Trent Sisley are at the Mike Woodson team camp at IU. Woodson, his assistants, athletic director Scott Dolson, Calbert Cheaney, Jordan Hulls, Adam Howard, and almost the whole IU squad are here to watch Mullins and Sisley.

Indiana is making a significant show of interest in 2025 prospects. Braylon Mullins and Trent Sisley are at the Mike Woodson team camp at IU.


Watch: Spring highlights of rapidly emerging 2025 guard Braylon Mullins –  The Daily Hoosier


Woodson, his assistants, athletic director Scott Dolson, Calbert Cheaney, Jordan Hulls, Adam Howard, Mike Stump, Nick Virden, Isaac Green, Bennett Munds, and other managers are in attendance for the Mullins vs. Sisley game in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

The whole IU squad, including trainer Tim Garl, team doctor Dr. Larry Rink, deputy athletic director Stephen Harper, and others, are present for the game. The team’s decision to attend this game was made by the players themselves.


IU basketball recruiting: Class of 2025 prospect Trent Sisley showing  potential – The Daily Hoosier


Mullins has advanced to the point where he is considered one of the greatest shot makers in the country for the 2025 class.

Sisley scored 36 points at the Notre Dame team camp. Sisley made three-pointers, rebounded, used his quickness and power on the baseline, and drew fouls. Sisley offers a variety of elements to the game that influence winning.

Sisley, a 6-foot-7 big from Heritage Hills, is ranked No. 60 nationally by 247Sports.

Mullins is a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Greenfield Central. He was ranked No. 93 nationwide entering the spring, but his rating will rise significantly as a result of his remarkable performance.

Sisley and Mullins are teammates in the Indiana Elite AAU program. Members of the Indiana Elite coaching staff are also attending the IU team camp today.

Among the several players slated to compete in the IU team camp today are 2025 shooting guard Braylon Mullins from Greenfield-Central. 2025 forward Trent Sisley of Heritage Hills, 2025 power forward Dezmon Briscoe of Crispus Attucks, 2026 shooting guard Jayden Johnson of Louisville Trinity, 2026 wing Jeremiah Jackson of Saint Xavier (KY), 2026 wing EJ Hazelett of Franklin Central, 2026 wing Evan Harrell of Carmel, 2027 point guard Jason Gardner Jr. of Fishers, 2027 guard Cooper Zachary of Fishers, and 2027 point guard Jaxson Davis of Warren Township (IL).

IU welcomed 2026 four-star point guard Taylen Kinney of Newport (KY), 2027 Evansville Reitz wing Jaylan Mitchell, Plainfield’s 2026 forward Noah Smith, 2027 guard Harper Baker-Lands, and others on campus for the first team camp.

Kinney, the No. 56 ranked player in the country for the 2026 class, has made several visits to IU.

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