IUWBB: Hoosiers pick up verbal from Wickware

Indiana picked up its third commit for the 2016 class in Texas post Bre Wickware, according to her AAU team’s Twitter account.

The 6-foot-1 senior plays for Guyer High School in Denton, Texas. She plays her AAU basketball with Dallas-Fort Worth Elite, the same team as another IU commit, 2016 guard Ria Gulley.

In June, the Denton Record-Chronicle reported that Wickware had offers from San Diego State, Houston and North Texas. She was also named to the publication’s first-team all-area squad, averaging 14.2 points and 10.1 rebounds per game as a junior.

Along with Gulley and Wickware, the Hoosiers currently have 6-foot-3 post Darby Foresman from Heritage Christian in Indianapolis as part of the 2016 class. The Hoosiers have room to build out this class, because there are only 11 scholarship players on the roster now, and junior forward Lyndsay Leikem is scheduled to graduate early.

In Gulley, Wickware and freshman forward Danielle Williams, Moren has now recruited three players out of the state of Texas. IU also has a verbal commit from Linsey Marchese, a 6-foot-4 post out of Georgia, who will be a part of the 2017 class.

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  1. All of the Moren critics need to clam down. Our biggest need from last year’s team are being addressed as Moren continues to recruit size and athleticism. Since she has arrived on campus she has signed 6’4″ Danille Williams and 6’2″ Kym Roster for this year’s team. This morning 6’1″ Bre Wickware from Texas verballed to IU for next year. She along with previous verbals; 6’3″ Darby Foresman from Heritage Christian and Ria Gulley also from Texas are coming in next year. Earlier this year 6’4″ Linsey Marchese from Georgia verballed for IU, she will be in the 2017 class. And then also earlier this year 6’3″ Frankton center Bree Boles verballed to IU and she will be in the 2018 class. It looks as if coach Moren and her staff are working very hard to give this program the much needed size and athleticism they so desperately need to compete in our conference. Keep up the great work coach Moren. Go Hoosiers!!

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