Joey Brunk

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Joey Brunk Biography

Joey Brunk is a basketball player from Indianapolis, Ind. who plays for Indiana University. Brunk plays center for the Hoosiers and is in his first season with the team as a graduate transfer. Prior to playing collegiately, Brunk played high school basketball for Southport and was a rated as a four star recruit. He committed to Butler University and spent three seasons with the Bulldogs before transferring to Indiana.

  • Name: Joey Brunk
  • Position: Forward
  • Recruiting Class: 2016
  • Age: 23 years old
  • Birthday: November 13, 1997
  • Hometown: Indianapolis, Ind.
  • High School: Southport High School
  • AAU Team: Indy Hoosiers
  • Height: 6’11” (211 cm)
  • Weight: 245 lbs (111 kg)
  • Jersey Number: #50
  • Education: Parks and Recreation

Joey Brunk Seasons with the Hoosiers

2019-2020 Indiana Basketball Season
Archie Miller (3rd Season)

Joey Brunk Recruiting Profile

  • ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4-Star Center
  • Teams: Southport High School (Indiana), Indy Hoosiers (Indiana)
  • Composite Rating: 0.9409
  • Composite Ranking: 107th Overall, 14th Center, 3rd in the State of Indiana
  • Committed: June 14, 2015 (Butler), April 16, 2019 (Indiana)

Joey Brunk High School Career

Brunk played for head coach Kyle Simpson at Southport High School where he averaged 18.3 points per game his senior season. The Cardinals recorded a 22-7 record on their way to a regional championship before falling in the semi-state round to the New Albany Bulldogs and former Hoosier Romeo Langford.

The Indianapolis native was a member of the Indiana All-Star team, named a two-time All-State player and played AAU basketball for the Indy Hoosiers.

Butler Career

After high school, Brunk was at Butler for three seasons where he played for Chris Holtmann for one year and then LaVall Jordan for two. During his tenure, he averaged 5.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game in 60 games while the Bulldogs recorded a combined 62-40. The team made it to the Sweet 16 in his first year losing to North Carolina and then the Round of 32 his final year falling to Purdue by three points.

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