One junior getting plenty of attention from college coaches in Indiana right now is Jake Heidbreder. Heidbreder is a 6’5” guard at Floyd Central High School in Indiana. 

Indiana State became the first school to offer him a scholarship over the summer back in June. As well Furman University offered him a few months later in November. For the pair of schools that have offered him, he stated “I really like both schools…they both have really welcoming staffs and players and have both made me feel welcomed to their programs.” Over his big junior season more and more college coaches have reached out to him including Ball State, Clemson, Lehigh, Lipscomb, Loyola-Chicago, Miami (OH), Virginia, and a few others. 

When talking about what he wants in his future college, Heidbreder stated “I’m looking for great teammates as well as a winning, hard-working team, and good academics because I take them very seriously.” Heidbreder has already visited both schools who have offered him in addition to Lipscomb. When talking about potential future visits after the high school season, he stated “I would love to visit anywhere I can because I love learning about new schools and their program.”

Just a junior, Heidbreder is already putting up a huge state line of 20 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.4 steals per game. With his play, Floyd Central has been able to get to a 14-6 mark so far, this season. 

Heidbreder has looked upon to two rookie guards in the NBA from the Midwest to model his game after; Kyle Guy and Tyler Herro. “I like the way both of them play and how much of a threat they always are.” Heidbreder himself is a guard with good size at 6’5” and can do a bit of everything on both ends of the court. The one thing he wants to improve upon his getting stronger to help him once he gets to college. 

While Heidbreder excels on the hard wood, he has done just as well for himself in the classroom. He is a high academic prospect that has already scored a 29 on the ACT. With his skills on and off the court, expect him to draw plenty of interest during the course of his high school career.