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Video: 2024 Guard Travis Perry Spring Q&A



Spring Q&A: 2024 Guard Travis Perry from IndyBall Shootout - Noblesville, IN (Kyler Staley, 4/16)

The spring portion of the AAU season has officially kicked off with the IndyBall Shootout taking place over the weekend in Noblesville, Indiana. Multiple Indiana targets participated in this event with one of them being top Indiana 2024 guard target Travis Perry, who is playing for Indiana Elite 2024, along with 2024 five-star center Flory Bidunga, this season as part of the Adidas 3SSB circuit.

Perry, who attends Lyon County High School (KY), has been one of the top targets for Mike Woodson and Indiana since last summer and was officially extended an offer in early January of this year. Indiana assistant coach Brian Walsh has led Perry’s recruitment.

Other schools involved in his recruitment include Purdue, Kentucky, Missouri, Western Kentucky, Virginia, Cincinnati, Michigan, and many more.

Over the weekend, Travis Perry was one of the top players in the gym that attended the IndyBall Shootout in Noblesville and proved it with his incredible scoring ability, high IQ, elite passing, and much more.

Hoosier Illustrated was able to catch up with 2024 guard Travis Perry after one of his games over the weekend where he discussed the becoming the all-time leading scorer in the state of Kentucky, his goals for the AAU season, his recruitment, Indiana, the Hoosier fanbase, and more.

Below is the full Q&A.

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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.