One of the most talented unsigned high school recruits in the entire nation has now officially found his college home.

Mackenzie Mgbako, a 6-8, 210-pound power forward from Roselle Catholic, announced on social media Friday evening that he’s given a verbal commitment to play at Indiana.

Mgbako was originally committed to play at Duke but plans ultimately changed when Duke freshman Kyle Filipowski announced he was going to stay on for another year with the Blue Devils.

Mgbako chose the Hoosiers over a Final Four of Kansas, St. John’s, Louisville and Indiana.

During his high school career, Mgbako was one of the state’s most well-rounded players. He’s arguably the best shooter in New Jersey’s elite Class of 2023 and showcased his physicality on a nightly basis.

Mgbako was one of three Garden State players selected to the 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game and also played for Team World at the 2023 Nike Hoop Summit.

After playing his first three years at Gill St. Bernard’s, Mgbako transferred to Roselle Catholic for his senior season. He missed nearly a month of action in the middle of the season with an ankle injury, but returned for the state playoffs to help the Lions win Non-Public B state championship. Mgbako averaged 16.3 points and nine rebounds per game.

He is a two-time JSZ All-Zone selection and was third in the voting for JSZ’s 2023 Mr. Hoop Zone (Player of the Year) award.