While he is only in his freshman season, Jalen Haralson has already made a name for himself. With his play over the past year, the 6’7” guard of Fishers High School and Indy Heat has proven to be one of the top 2025 prospects nationally. Plenty of college coaches are already starting to notice the highly touted freshman.

Even before starting out his high school career, Haralson received a division one scholarship offer. Maryland was the first to offer back in October. Since then, Indiana, IUPUI, and Purdue have also extended offers to him. 

Haralson has a tremendous combination of size and skill already at a young age. He is a unique talent that is strides above other players his age.  Even at 6’7” he has legitimate guard skills as well to his athleticism. For his size he moves extremely well with ball to be able to get to the rim as well as create for himself. Not only a scorer, but the freshman is also a good decision maker with the ball who sees the floor well. Already in his freshman season, he has set his schools record for points in a single game with 43. 

The ceiling on Haralson is extremely high. Look for the offers to continue to roll in for him as we move into the spring season.