A host of young prospects are planning to make unofficial visits to Indiana on Thursday.
The prospects are among the many who are scheduled to play in the always loaded Crossroads Elite Invitational that is held in Indianapolis in early June.
The list of players scheduled are those planning to do so, but the list could have some last-minute adjustments.
Here are some of those who plan to make stops at IU on Thursday, with player name, year of high school graduation and notes.
Che Evans, 2020, 6-foot-6 wing, from Maryland, already has a number of offers, including Maryland, Georgia Tech, St. John’s, UNLV and others.
Brandon Boston, 2020, 6-foot-5 wing, plays AAU for the Georgia Stars.
Ethan Morton, 2020, 6-foot-5, plays AAU for the Ohio Basketball Club.
Chet Holmgren, 2021, 6-foot-8 forward, his father was a 7-footer who played at Minnesota.
Brayden Dailey, 2021, forward with perimeter skills, from Mineral Point, Wis.
Jordan and Bennet Kwiecinski, 2020, twins, both 6-foot-7 forwards, both play AAU for the Illinois Wolves.
Harry Lackey, 2020, 6-foot-6, Brentwood, Tenn., plays AAU for Team Penney.
Rondell Walker, 2020, 6-foot-2 guard, Oklahoma City.
Josh Taylor, 2020, 6-foot-8 forward, from Decatur, Ga., and plays AAU for the Georgia Stars.
Kadarious Johnson, 2020, 6-foot-2, plays AAU for the Georgia Stars, goes by K.D.
Lamontry Daughtery, 2020, 6-foot-6 forward, plays AAU for Bradley Beal Elite.
Davion Bradford, 2020, 6-foot-10, from Christian Brothers in St. Louis, plays AAU for Bradley Beal Elite.
Luke Kasubke, 2020, 6-foot-4, plays for Chaminade Prep in St. Louis.
Caleb Love, 2020, 6-foot-3, plays for Chaminade and AAU for Bradley Beal Elite.
Kobe Bufkin, 2021, 6-foot-1, from Kentwood, Mich.
Jalen Myers, 2020, 6-foot-6 forward, from Madison, Ala., plays AAU for Team Penny, father played professionally overseas.
Tyrelle Hunt, 2020, 6-foot-5, from Chicago Curie.
Martice Mitchell, 2020, 6-foot-8, power forward, from Chicago Bloom.
Jaden Ivey, 2020, 6-foot, from Mishawaka Marian, son of former Notre Dame and Indiana Fever player Niele Ivey.
Walker Kessler, 2020, 6-9, from Georgia, averaged a double-double as a high school freshman.
Carter Gilmore, 2020, 6-5 wing, plays for Ray Allen’s AAU team, is from Heartland, Wis.
Adrian Caldwell, 2020, 6-4, wing, from Houston, plays AAU for Houston Hoops, his dad, a 6-foot-8 post player, played for the Indiana Pacers, Houston Rockets and other NBA teams.
(Note: Heights are from available rosters.)