On Sunday Kyle Ingram announced his commitment via twitter and will be staying very close to home for the next four years. The senior made the decision to attend University of Illinois-Springfield next fall. Ingram attends Sacred Heart-Griffin High School (IL) and played with Mid Pro Academy.

Ingram did not take long to make his college decision. As his commitment comes just a few days after Ingram received his scholarship offer from the Prairie Stars and head coach Matt Brock.

In his commitment post on twitter, Ingram wrote “Thank you to all the teammates that I’ve learned the game and competed with along the way…Thank you to my family and friends for always being there. Thank you to SHG Cyclone Nation and to the community for your ongoing support. With that, I’m excited to accept an offer to continue my athletic and academic career at the University of Illinois-Springfield.”

Illinois-Springfield is a division two school and a member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference. They currently sit at a 14-12 record on the season. Ingram marks the fourth commitment in their 2020 recruitment class. He will be joining forward Jason Bergstrom of Notre Dame Prep (IL), guard/forward Armani Jones of Christ the King High School (IL) and forward Jack Weber of El-Paso Gridley High School (IL). 

Ingram is a lengthy 6’7” forward. The senior scores it nicely around the paint but also has a good ability to stretch the floor with his perimeter jumper. He has a good overall skill set to go along with his size. Ingram and Sacred Heart-Griffin will finish off their season in the Illinois 2A state tournament starting off on Tuesday in the Riverton regional.