Indiana’s Trey Galloway was brilliant in the first half of Wednesday’s season opener against Tennessee Tech.

The freshman guard is one of four highly-touted freshmen for the Hoosiers. All four saw action in the first half, but it was Galloway that shined the brightest.

In 10 first-half minutes, Galloway put up nine points, two assists, and two rebounds. What was especially impressive for Galloway is that he went 4-for-4 from the floor and added 1-for-1 from the free-throw line. He displayed a nice knack for getting to the rim.

Obviously it is incredibly early, but that is a nice way to start your career at Assembly Hall.

Of Indiana’s other freshmen, Khristian Lander played seven minutes with two points and two assists. Unfortunately for Lander, he was 0-for-3 from deep in the first half.

Anthony Leal and Jordan Geronimo played in the first half but neither recorded a basket.

As the season moves along, this is one group to keep an eye on around the B1G. Rob Phinisee and Trayce Jackson-Davis are the stars for the Hoosiers, but this young group of freshmen will be vital to a team looking for a ticket to the NCAA Tournament.