On Friday afternoon, IU Coach Archie Miller picked up his first five-star recruit, and his second overall recruit, for the 2019 class as Center Grove High School center Trayce Jackson-Davis committed to IU via Twitter.
Jackson-Davis also signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Hoosiers.
Davis who plays for Center Grove in Greenwood, Indiana, is the second-ranked player in the state of Indiana, the No. 4 center and the No. 16 overall player based on 247Sports rankings.
He selected IU over UCLA and Michigan State.
Davis joins guard Armaan Franklin, a three-star prospect in the 247Sports rankings from Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, as part of the 2019 class for the Hoosiers.
The pair will play each other Friday night in a high school game at Center Grove, before Jackson-Davis and his team will visit Bloomington for a game against Bloomington High School North on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
Davis averaged 21.6 PPG and 9.5 RPG last season for the Center Grove Trojans.
IU assistant coach Tom Ostrom was the lead recruiter for Jackson-Davis. With the commitment and signing of Jackson-Davis, IU now has 13 scholarship players for the 2019-20 season.
Jackson-Davis also becomes the fifth Indiana native to commit to IU since last summer.
This marks the second consecutive year IU has received a commitment from a five-star prospect, after Romeo Langford chose to come to Bloomington earlier this year.