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Indiana has set up in-home visits with 2020 guard Trey Galloway from Culver Academy and 2020 guard Anthony Leal from Bloomington High School South. Indiana’s staff watched Galloway and Leal compete this weekend in Mansfield, Texas in the adidas Gauntlet Gold event. 2021 Indiana target Khristian Lander also played on the same team, where he played a level above his year. Their Indiana Elite team finished 1-2 on the weekend and currently hold a 4-3 record in the adidas Gold Gauntlet. This weekend represented the only non-scholastic recruiting period for the spring. For more information on the remaining recruiting calendar in 2019, you can find that here.
With the Indiana staff watching closely, Trey Gallowed finished with the following stat lines in three games over the weekend:
- Indiana Elite 55 vs Team Carroll 40: (25 minutes / 16 points / 3 rebounds / 2 assists / 1 steal / 4 turnovers) Galloway made 77% from the floor making 7 of 9. He took only 1 attempted from the three point line that he missed.
- Indiana Elite 53 vs Team Loaded VA 61: (25 minutes / 15 points / 2 rebounds / 2 assists / 2 steals / 2 turnovers) Galloway hit 50% from the floor, making 6 of 12, but he missed all 3 three-point attempts.
- Indiana Elite 55 vs Garner Road 58: (26 minutes / 22 points / 5 rebounds / 1 turnover) Trey shot 9 of 13 from the field and made three of four behind the arc.
In the same three games Anthony Leal tallied the following stats for Indiana Elite:
- Indiana Elite 55 vs Team Carroll 40: (29 minutes / 18 points / 10 rebounds / 3 assists / 1 steal / 1 turnover) Leal opened up strong with an impressive double-double performance. He made 7 of his 15 attempts, including 3 of 6 from behind the arc.
- Indiana Elite 53 vs Team Loaded VA 61: (29 minutes / 11 points / 4 rebounds / 2 assists / 4 turnovers) Leal had a tough game shooting where he missed all six of his three-point attempts and ended up only making 3 of 10 on the floor. His four turnovers did not help Indiana Elite get back from their deficit against a tough Team Loaded VA squad.
- Indiana Elite 55 vs Garner Road 58: (30 minutes / 12 points / 2 rebounds / 2 assists / 1 steal) Anthony ended without much of a bang for his last game this weekend. He shot 5 of 12 on the floor but made just 1 of his 6 three-point attempts. He shot 33% from the charity stripe.
Trey Galloway is a 6-foot-5 shooting guard that likes to play on the wing. He currently holds a number of offers notably from Purdue, Michigan State, Butler, Nebraska, Notre Dame, and Iowa. He does not, however, have an Indiana offer. His 247Sports composite ranking has him as a 3-star player and 208th in the nation. Given his recent performance, analysts believe that his stock will go up and potentially could end up in the four-star, top 120 range.
Anthony Leal similarly stands 6-foot-5 and ranks in the top 100 in the 247Sports Composite rankings. He is ranked as the 81st player overall in the 2020 class and the number one in-state prospect for the 2020 class. Leal holds offers from Butler, Northwestern, Stanford, and Xavier. Worth calling out, both of Anthony Leal’s parents work at Indiana University, so he is fully familiar with the IU campus.
The pair have visited Indiana on a number of occasions and have watched games at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
Will Indiana offer Trey Galloway, Anthony Leal, both, or neither?
Per sources, Trey Galloway has been offered by Indiana University on Archie’s visit today. Anthony Leal also was offered today by the Indiana staff.
The Hoosiers likely have two scholarships open (assuming Romeo Langford stays in the draft) and with the graduations of Devonte Green and De’Ron Davis, the Indiana staff will have four scholarships to use in the 2020-2021 season.
Archie Miller and the Indiana staff have been in constant communication with Trey Galloway and Anthony Lea but they have not offered either prospect. Since the changing of head coaches, Indiana has been significantly more stingy with offers and do not employ the same “shotgun recruiting” approach that the previous staff seem to use.
It is hard to say how much the two players have improved in front of the eyes of the Indiana staff. What is known is that Archie Miller prefers to offer in-person, which could be a telling sign. That combined with a number of guard recruiting road bumps for 2019 (DJ Carton, Anthony Harris, James Bouknight, Tyrell Terry, Kira Lewis, Jahmius Ramsey, etc.) may have been reasons that led to two offers going out today.