Hoosiers Make it Official, Announce Signing of 3 Commits
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Two days after the November signing period began, Indiana announced on Friday that all three basketball commits — Anthony Leal, Trey Galloway and Jordan Geronimo — are now signed, sealed and delivered to the Hoosiers.
Indiana's class, presently ranked No. 20 nationally by 247sports.com, is still a work in progress as well, with 5-star forward Dawson Garcia set to make a decision next week, and Indiana is one of his finalists.
Indiana coach Archie Miller is thrilled with the three newcomers.
"We are excited to add three high-quality young men and their families to the Indiana basketball program,'' Miller said in a release from the school. "Anthony, Jordan and Trey have competed at championship levels in high school, AAU and have been extremely well coached throughout their lives. They bring toughness, athleticism, versatility and a high basketball IQ and represent everything we look for on and off the court.
"They make others better, will have a positive impact on our team culture and are prepared to help us compete at the highest level in the Big Ten.”
Here's a quick snapshot of the three signees:
Trey Galloway, 6-foot-4 guard, Culver, Ind.
Trey Galloway, a 3-star recruit, helped Culver Academies win the Indiana Class 3A state title in 2018 and made a championship game appearance in 2019. Coached by his father, Mark, he averaged 16.2 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.4 steals per game a year ago.
Galloway was the first player to commit to Indiana this summer. He was selected to the “core six” players on the Indiana Junior All-Star team, and was a second-team all-state selection a year ago. Played for Indiana Elite and Coach Mike Fox in AAU, where he averaged 16.1 points, shot 42.9 percent from 3-point range and 61.4 percent overall from the field. He is the son of Mark and Dawn Galloway. His father played collegiately at Bethel (Ind.) College.
Jordan Geronimo, 6-foot-6 forward, Newark, N.J.
Geronimo, a 4-star recruit who is ranked No. 81 in the country by 247sports.com, plays at St. Pauls prep school in Concord, N.H. He has a 7-foot wingspan, and averaged 14.2 points per game as a junior while shooting 52 percent on two-pointers and 38 percent from three-point range
He played AAU ball for Mass Rivals and coach Vin Pastore where they advanced to the Adidas Gauntlet final. He averaged 9.1 points per game and shot 56 percent from the field and 36.4 percent from behind the 3-point line. Geronimo is the son of Jose and Dawn Geronimo. His mother, Dawn (Royster), was a standout basketball player at North Carolina
Anthony Leal, 6-foot-5 guard, Bloomington (South), Ind.
Leal, a 4-star recruit ranked No. 101 nationally, is also an outstanding student who is a direct admit to the Kelley School of Business at Indiana. At Bloomington South, he averaged 19.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.1 steals as a junior and led his team to a sectional title and a spot in the regional championship game. He has scored 1,143 points so far in his career.
Leal plays for legendary coach J.R. Holmes and Bloomington South, the school that also produced Jordan Hulls for the Hoosiers. He was named to the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Underclass All-State-Supreme 15 and earned a spot on the “core six” Indiana Junior All-Star team. He played with Galloway for Mike Fox and Indiana Elite in AAU. He is the son of Martin and Sherry Leal.