Indiana third-grader Trace Jackson-Davis will return to Indiana for her youth season, he announced Friday afternoon.
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– TJD (@TrayceJackson) April 2, 2021
As a sophomore, Jackson-Davis averaged 19.1 points and nine rebounds per game.
The striker with 6 feet-9 was named the third team for all Americans last season by The Sporting News, NABC and USBWA. It was an All-American memorial to The Associated Press.
Jackson-Davis was also named the first team for the Big Ten by the media and the Associated Press and the second team for the Big Ten by the coaches of the league.
The Center Grove product started all 27 games last season and was the only player in a power conference, averaging over 19 points and nine rebounds per game. He was fourth in the Big Ten in the result, second in ricochets, fifth in the percentage of field goals and blocked shots and third in minutes played per game.
His return was a major victory for Mike Woodson as he built his roster for the 2021-22 season in Bloomington.
As of Friday afternoon, Indiana still has four players on the transfer portal: Christian Lander, Jordan Geronimo, Reis Thompson and Armaan Franklin.
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