A couple high major offers have already been extended to 2015 four-star prospect Montaque Gill-Ceasar, but there is one national power that is also closely tracking him.
Montaque Gill-Ceasar is an outstanding shooter.
A 6-5, 200-pound shooting guard for ultra-talented Huntington (W.V.) Prep, Gill-Ceasar already has offers from Baylor and Ohio State, but Indiana has been showing the most attention here recently.
Hoosier coaches watched Gill-Ceasar play a couple weeks ago at the Marshall County Hoopfest, and then caught him in action this past weekend in Washington D.C.
In his first year playing basketball in the United States after moving from Canada, Gill-Ceasar has had a huge impact for Huntington Prep both during game action and on the practice floor.
Considered the top catch and shoot long range shooter on the team, he is averaging 13 points per game and hauls in a healthy number of rebounds per game. During practice Gill-Ceasar is responsible for pushing No. 1 ranked Andrew Wiggins to play at a higher level.
"When Montaque first got here, he and Andrew immediately went after it in open gym," said Huntington Prep head coach Rob Fulford. "Andrew is a better athlete, but Montaque is the better shooter. The main thing, though, is Montaque didn't backdown. That is what we loved about him."
Ranked the No. 30 prospect by 247Sports, Gill-Ceasar is also getting serious attention from Kentucky, Central Florida and West Virginia amongst others.
He will play for the CIA Bounce basketball club on the travel circuit.