Archie Miller got two big victories on Sunday.

Hours after Indiana upset No. 8 Iowa thanks to a late jumper from Armaan Franklin to lift the Hoosiers to a 67-65 win, IU received big news on the recruiting trail. Indianapolis native and 4-star shooting guard CJ Gunn has committed to the program.

Gunn made his announcement Sunday night with a post on Twitter. The 6-foot-5, 175-pound guard is a member of the 2022 recruiting class and is ranked as the No. 4 player out of Indiana. He also sits as the No. 14 shooting guard and is just outside the Top 100 prospects in the class, coming in at No. 107.

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Gunn picked Indiana over offers from Cincinnati, Missouri, Kansas State and Xavier. From 247Sports’ director of basketball scouting Jerry Meyer:

Has solid size and smooth athleticism as a 6-5 shooting guard. Strong leaper off two feet which pays off on his pull up jumper and his rebounding. Prefers to go right and is primarily a straight line driver. Is a good three-point shooter. Average ball handler and passer. Is a conscientious defender.

Gunn is currently the only member of the 2022 recruiting class to commit to Indiana.

As a sophomore during the 2019-20 season at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis, Gunn averaged 7.1 points and 2.5 rebounds per game while shooting better than 35% from 3-point land.