On the hardwood, the Hoosier State is rich with superior talent year in and year out, and the 2015 class is no different. One of the state's flood generals who's attracted a significant amount of college attention thus far is Nick Rogers, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound prospect out of Traders Point Christian High School in Whitestown.
Mississippi, Kent State, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Toledo, Tennessee and Western Kentucky are some of the programs who've rewarded the rising senior with scholarship offers early on in the recruiting process.
"The reason they found out about me was through (assistant coach) Sergio Rouco," Rogers said. "He recruited me at Ole Miss. I know that coach Antigua was from Kentucky, but I don't know much about him. I haven't done my research on them yet."
Rogers says being a leader and his ability to run a team are his biggest strengths as a point guard. He also says he has no leaders or visits planned going forward.Follow @Corey_Bender