Indiana offers 2017 guard Markus Howard

The Hoosiers offered a 2017 guard from Findlay Prep on Wednesday. Read more here.

Indiana offered 2017 Findlay Prep point guard Markus Howard on Wednesday night, as first reported by Scout.com's Josh Gershon.

Howard, a 6-foot, 165-pound guard, originally committed to Arizona State, but reopened his recruitment in March. He also owns offers from UNLV, Texas Tech, Memphis, Arizona State and Northern Arizona. He has drawn interest from Colorado, Baylor, Iowa, South Carolina, Texas A&M, USC, UCLA, Vanderbilt and San Diego State, among others.

Howard, who plays AAU ball for the Las Vegas Prospects, is the 45th-ranked player in the 2017 class and the 10th-ranked point guard. He averaged 32.4 points per game for Perry High School in Arizona last season before announcing in April that he would transfer to Nevada's Findlay Prep.

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