IU RecruitWatch: Weekend recap

2012

Yogi Ferrell (Park Tudor): Ferrell was one of the only area players not to take part in the IU showcase of recruits at Lawrence Central, but on Friday he did tally an impressive game-high 23 points against Brebeuf.

Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple): Now the leading scorer in Broad Ripple history, passing Indiana Pacer George Hill, Patterson scored 25 on Friday night and could manage just 15 points in a loss to Devin Davis’ Warren Central squad on Saturday.

Jeremy Hollowell (Lawrence Central): Hollowell had a huge weekend, opening with a 28-point performance on Friday against Franklin Central. Then, in front of his home crowd and a host of other IU recruits, Hollowell scored 34 points and 16 rebounds in a loss to Collin Hartman’s Cathedral team.

Hanner Perea (La Lumiere): He got a quick pair of fouls against Detroit Country Day on Saturday, but he still looked strong in limited time, scoring 12 points and bringing down five rebounds. Dustin talked La Lumiere’s coach after the game who was surprisingly candid about Perea’s possibly limited potential at a low-post game.

Peter Jurkin (UFCA): Jurkin wasn’t at Lawrence Central on Saturday, but he had 38 points over two games this weekend.

2013

Collin Hartman (Cathedral): Hartman had one of his better performances of the season with an 8-of-11 shooting strike from the field. He scored 21 points overall and played a huge role in Cathedral’s win over host Lawrence Central.

Devin Davis (Warren Central): Davis had just 10 points in a Friday win, and on Saturday, he overcame some early fouls to score 17 points and help Warren Central win in overtime at Lawrence Central on Saturday.

Luke Fischer (Germantown, WI): Fischer is still out with a broken hand. He had his cast removed and is expected back soon though.

BeeJay Anya (DeMatha, MD): Anya led DeMatha in points twice last week, and on Friday he scored a team-high 19 points in a big home win.

2014

Trey Lyles (Arsenal Tech): Trey Lyles continues to establish himself as one of the best talents in the state (and the nation) regardless of class. On Friday, Lyles scored a game-high 23 points. And on Saturday, Lyles had the best performance of the showcase at Lawrence Central, notching a double-double by halftime and finishing with 33 points and 18 rebounds.

James Blackmon Jr. (Bishop Luers): Blackmon had a team-high 29 on Friday, and on Saturday, he had 10 points before getting hurt against Tech. No word on how serious his knee injury is, but he missed the remainder of the game.

Jaquan Lyle (Evansville Bosse): Lyle followed up a huge performance in the midweek with a 20-point game on Saturday. Fifteen of those 20 points came in the second half.

Cliff Alexander (Chicago Curie): No game for Alexander, as he traveled to Madison to watch Ohio State.

Aaron Brennan (Guerin Catholic): Brennan had one of his best performances of the season with a game-high 28 points this weekend in a win.

Grant Evans (Wapahani): Evans shot better than 50 percent and tallied 19 points in a Wapahani win on Friday. Then, he followed up the performance with an 11-point game.

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