After recently taking a visit to the University of Indianapolis just last week, Braden McGlothlin announced his commitment to the division two program on Monday evening. McGlothlin is a 6’3” point guard of Catholic Memorial High School (WI) and played with the MTXE Premier program. The senior picked Indianapolis over his offers from Hillsdale College and Illinois-Springfield. 

On his campus visit to Indianapolis, McGlothlin received his scholarship offer from head coach Paul Corsaro and staff. “My visit was great. I loved the campus, coaching staff, players, and the city. They have a great business program as well. It truly felt like a second home to me,” McGlothlin said.” 

There were several factors that McGlothlin liked about Indianapolis that played a factor in his commitment. “The main things I like about the University of Indianapolis were the relationships that I was able to build. That was very important to me in the recruiting process. I was also excited to hear how the coaching staff felt that I could come in and make an impact. They had been recruiting me for a while, so I had plenty of time to get to know them and their team.” 

“After the end of the visit I truly felt like University of Indianapolis felt like a second home to me. Everyone within the basketball program follows the Greyhound culture to a tee. That was what really drove my decision to commit on the spot,” he said about his decision to quickly make his college pick after the new offer. 

Over his past two seasons with MTXE Premier, McGlothlin was one of the top guards on the NY2LA Association as well as in the state of Wisconsin for the 2023 class. During his junior high school season, he averaged 11 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.9 assists per game. He is a high IQ guard with good court awareness and vision that can not only knock down shots from the outside at a high rate but also run the point effectively and be a facilitator.