Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis says that he will play in the Hoosiers’ next game against the North Carolina Tarheels.

“Obviously I’m not 100 percent but I will be playing tomorrow. It’s a huge game. I’m playing tomorrow,” Jackson-Davis said. “You’ll all wanna get that out there.”

He also said he has taken off a few days from practice and that has helped him in his recovery.

“You’d have to take me out on a stretcher (to not play).”

Jackson-Davis has been dealing with a thumb injury, but he’s not going to let that keep him from this game between these two powerhouses.

The No. 10 Hoosiers are coming off their 90-51 win over Jackson State to move to 6-0 on the season, meanwhile, the No. 18 Tarheels are coming off a tough four-overtime loss to No. 11 Alabama, 103-101 in the Phil Knight Classic.

This is the Hoosiers’ first real test of the season and is part of the B1G/ACC Challenge, which will be shown nationally on ESPN.