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Recruiting roundup: Hoosier targets lead No. 3 Southport to an impressive win over No. 1 Reitz

Joey Brunk and Paul Scruggs led their #3 Southport squad to a huge victory over #1 ranked Reitz in what has to be in contention for game of the year in Indianapolis. Also, other IU targets have started to take home some postseason honors.

Alex Farris

News, notes, and any other tidbits that deal with Hoosier recruiting

- Juwan Morgan double-doubled (22 points, 11 rebounds), but his Waynesville team was upset by Hillcrest on their home floor by a score of 58-51.

- Jefferson City and O.G. Anunoby (11 points) struggled to find a rhythm on Friday and paid for it as they fell to Rockhurst by a score of 64-60. However, we here at CQ don't choose to dwell on the negatives, so here's a clip of O.G. almost tearing down the backboard in a recent game against Helias.

- Rivals released their updated 2017 rankings, which featured a number of IU targets. Local players of note are #21 Kris Wilkes, #31 Paul Scruggs, #34 Jaren Jackson, and #71 Malik Williams.

- In arguably the most exciting HS game in Indiana this year, Joey Brunk and the #3 ranked Southport took down #1 Reitz by a score of 88-80 with Tom Crean in attendance. Brunk, a 2016 PF, helped lead the way with a stellar 3rd quarter and finished with 24 points and 15 rebounds.

- Also playing for Southport was 2017 F Paul Scruggs, chipped in across the board with a line of 17 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists.

- Kris Wilkes, the 6' 7" F out of North Central in Indianapolis, continued his dominant play with a near triple-double against Pendelton Heights. The 2017 5-star prospect finished with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and 9 assists.

- Rawle Alkins just keeps raking in the accolades. Alkins put up 27 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 blocked shots as Christ the King defeated Xaverian by a score of 66-59 to take the 2015 Brooklyn/Queens Diocesan title.

- Davon Dillard, the 6'5" senior G who had Indiana in his final five, announced his college decision on Twitter yesterday.

- You can never be too early in the recruiting game. If Tom Crean hasn't offered LeBron James Jr. a scholarship already, then he's failed as a coach and as a person. Tom, if you're reading this, start locking down your class of 2023 now and don't listen to the nonsense coming from his overbearing father.

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- As always, keep up to date with our ever-changing recruiting board.