On Monday, Indiana landed a big commitment from Malik Reneau. The 5-star power forward has now officially signed with the Hoosiers, Mike Woodson announced Thursday.

“Malik has enjoyed success at the highest level in high school and brings a competitive and winning presence to our program,” Woodson via the team website. “He’s an outstanding offensive player who continues to expand his game. He has great touch and tremendous footwork and he uses his quickness to his advantage. He has a great Basketball IQ and is an unselfish teammate who has benefitted from working with and against some very talented players on a daily basis.

“Defensively, he is well suited to today’s game. He keeps his man in front of him and can step out in pick and roll situations and hold his own. We are excited to welcome him and his family to Hoosier Nation.”


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Reneau was pledged to Florida but reopened his recruitment after head coach Mike White left UF for Georgia in March. Reneau, a native of Miami, is ranked as the No. 22 best player in the recruiting class by ESPN.com, No. 25 by Rivals.com and No. 28 by 247Sports.com