Indiana has received two commitments for the Class of 2006.
Indiana head coach Sharon Versyp had to be pleased when she heard 5'8 shooting guard Angelique Gray had chosen Indiana. Gray is a highly ranked national prospect from Stone Mountain (GA) who has been on watch lists for most of her high school career. Student Sports identified her as one of the top 10 players as a sophomore, and Street & Smith this year named her as all-american honorable mention.
Gray averaged 17.8 points and 4.1 steals as a junior while shooting 54-percent from inside the arc, 33-percent from three-point territory, and 79-percent from the freethrow line. Stone Mountain again made it to the Class AAAA semifinals with a 25-7 record. Gray was named the Class AAAA Player of the Year.
Stone Mountain lost in the state semifinals her sophomore season and finished with a 29-2 record. She averaged 15.8 points and four steals in their run to the AAAA semifinals.
Michelle Carr, a 6'2 forward from Inkster High (MI), also recently committed to the Hoosiers. Carr was a part of the St. Martin DePorres team that won the 2004 Michigan Class C state championship. After De Porres closed at the end of the 2004-05 school year, Carr transferred to Inkster where she plays in the post and averages a double-double per game.
Carr averaged 9.8 points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocks as a junior, down slightly from her 11 point, 12 rebound average as a sophomore.
Carr was seeing interest from Baylor, Connecticut, Marquette and Minnesota.
The Indiana coaching staff is done for the early signing period, but will be looking at junior college post players for the spring signing period.
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