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2025 Indiana basketball target Trent Sisley announces he will play for Indiana Elite on AAU circuit



2025 four-star power forward and Indiana basketball target Trent Sisley will be switching AAU teams from Indy Heat to Indiana Elite, sources told ERA Sports was the first to report the news. Sisley will be going from playing on the Nike EYBL circuit to the Adidas 3SSB circuit.

Indiana Elite also confirmed the news via Twitter.

The 6-foot-7 forward averaged 13.4 points and 7.5 rebounds per game on the Nike EYBL circuit this past spring/summer. He shot an outstanding 58.0% (91-of-157) from the field which included 44.7% (21-of-47) from three.

Sisley proved that he can stretch his game out to the wing at a high level this past AAU season, which was a goal of his.

“Just proving I can obviously knock down shots,” Trent Sisley told earlier this spring at Run N Slam. “Also shooting off the dribble and creating my own too so really just that.”

It was also confirmed last week that Trent Sisley set up a return unofficial visit to Indiana for September 23rd. It was also reported that he will be in attendance for Hoosier Hysteria on October 20th. He also set upcoming unofficial visits to Purdue, Notre Dame, and Michigan State for this fall.

With Sisley joining the Indiana Elite AAU program, he will be teammates with fellow 2025 Indiana basketball targets Dezmon Brisoce, Malachi Moreno and Braylon Mullins, who is also confirmed to visit Indiana next month as well.

Sisley, who attends Heritage Hills High School (Lincoln City, IN), has built a strong relationship with the Indiana basketball program ever since Mike Woodson and the Hoosiers offered him in November of 2021. Indiana assistant coach Brian Walsh is leading Sisley’s recruitment.

“Yeah it’s good,” said Sisley. “Talk to my guy B-Walsh (Brian Walsh) a lot so that’s good. See all the assistants out on the circuit too a lot.”

Below are scouting notes of Trent Sisley from the multiple times has seen him.

At 6-foot-7, Sisley is an extremely versatile power forward that can play both the wing and post very consistently. He is very good about knocking down the outside jumper while also having the ability to take his defender off the dribble and score through contact. This past high school season, Sisley proved to be one of the top scorers in the state which translated well into this past AAU season. With Mike Woodson and the Indiana basketball staff looking to bring in more versatile power forwards who can stretch the floor and provide multiple options in the post as well, Sisley is someone that can fill that role.” 

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Kyler Staley is a Basketball Recruiting Analyst for Hoosier Illustrated, a comprehensive site covering news, updates and recruiting for Indiana University athletics. Kyler has been in the basketball recruiting industry since 2019 and is a credentialed media member. He has covered Indiana since 2021 while continuing to also work for Prep Hoops Indiana. He has previously worked for Rivals.