C.J. Fredrick, a class of 2018 shooting guard from Covington Catholic in Park Hills, Ky., landed an Indiana scholarship offer Friday night.
Indiana coach Tom Crean watched the 6-foot-4 guard and made the offer.
Fredrick had 20 points, four rebounds and four assists in Covington Catholic’s 65-47 win on Friday night over Madison Central to end the regular season.
Fredrick has been on campus at Indiana recently for an unofficial visit.
The shooter has offers from Indiana, Iowa and Xavier with interest from Butler, Northwestern, Notre Dame and others.
“Fredrick is a highly skilled kid who is just now returning from injury,” scout.com national recruiting analyst Brian Snow said.
“He is a very good shooter, but what he does best is he passes the ball extremely well. Also he is a hard-working kid with a good feel for the game.”
Fredrick comes from a basketball background. His uncle, Joe, played at Notre Dame when Iowa coach Fran McCaffery was an assistant there.
Fredrick plays AAU with Indiana Elite and is a backcourt mate of four-star McCutcheon (IN) point guard Robert Phinisee, who also has an Indiana scholarship offer.
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