Mackenzie Mgbako a five-star prospect originally signed with Duke, reopened his recruitment in the spring window and now has committed to Mike Woodson Indiana Hoosiers basketball program. He choose Indiana over Kansas as well as St. John’s.
“I chose IU because I felt that Coach Woodson can put me in a position to expand and develop my game,” he told On3.com. “The environment at Indiana is unmatched. It’s a place where I felt support from the coaching staff and fans. With Indiana and its roster, there’s a great possibility to achieve big things and create a winning culture.”
The 6-foot-8 power forward led Roselle Catholic to the New Jersey State title in which he averaged 16.3 points and 9.2 rebounds. He will joining four-star guards Gabe Cupps and Jakai Newton along with Oregon transfer Kel’el Ware.