Today’s 5 to Know
Indiana Top 80
By Jamie Shaw

Year after year, the Indiana Top 80 brings together some of the top talent from across the state of Indiana. With numerous McDonald’s All Americans as alums to go with the countless Division 1 signed players, this event carries an incredibly atmosphere and environment.

In this, the third annual event, it was no different. The play was at an incredibly high level. The players competed and they utilized the platform to be seen.

Here are 5 who stood out…

6’7” 2019 Mason Gillis
New Castle HS (IN)

Gillis left the camp as the leading scorer averaging 26.7 points per game. Gillis carries offers from Miami (OH), IUPUI and Toledo. Expect that list to rapidly expand. Gillis is a strong and lengthy forward. He plays with a non stop motor and shoots it with deep range, scoring effectively at all 3 levels. Gillis is a winner.

6’10” 2019 John Michael Mulloy
Carmel HS (IN)
Butler Commit

Mulloy committed to Butler a couple of weeks ago, and proved to be a great early pick up for the Bulldogs. Mulloy, a lefty, is a double-double threat at the highest high school level. He is able to take his man off the bounce, shoot from 3 or finish on the block. Mulloy has great length and is a strong 2-handed rebounder. Under rated nationally, Butler fans will lock this add.

6’8” 2021 Caleb Furst
Blackhawk Christian (IN)

Furst is a national level prospect with the look of a Top 25 type. Already standing 6’8” he has the ability to score across the floor. He pushed the break with great body control, Furst put the ball on the floor from the wing and finished on the block. He plays hard, he is a good athlete and he is the next in line of high level big men from Indiana.

6’5” 2019 Allen Plunkett
South Putnam HS (IN)

Plunkett stood out from start to finish during this event. He is a dead-eye shooter with great footwork and shot prep. Plunkett has a high basketball IQ with the ability to get to his spots off the ball. Plunkett has a solid handle and is a good rebounder. He also is a very athletic player, finishing multiple put back dunks in traffic. Plunkett is a high academic wing who should see D1s come calling asap.

6’4” 2019 Jared Hankins
Lawrence North HS (IN)

Hankins can flat out shoot the rock. He gets hot in a hurry and can ring of 3 pointer after 3 pointer. He finished as the camp’s 2nd leading scorer at 22 points per game. During his final game he scored 30 points on 7 made 3s, including 5 made during the 4th quarter. Hankins has good size, he has a good handle in the half court and he can shoot the ball at a high rate. No offers yet, they should start to flow in regularly.

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