Indiana commit Trayce Jackson-Davis has been named a 2019 McDonald’s All-American, making him the second All-American (Romeo Langford) that Archie Miller has brought into the program.
Jackson-Davis is currently rated as the No. 16 player in the class on the 247 Composite, and will become the 31st McDonald’s All-American to don the candy stripes.
The 6’9 forward is in the midst of what could be a run to the state title during his senior season at Center Grove. The Trojans currently sit at No. 8 in the AP high school poll with a 12-4 record.