After next season Kevin Wilson and the Indiana coaching staff will need to replace a number of bodies on the offensive line. Over the last few weeks Wilson and his assistants have made finding talent to add to future depth charts a priority by offering some of the top class of 2015 lineman in the Midwest, including Indiana prospects, Adam Solomon of Bishop Chatard High School in Indianapolis, Brownsburg's Evan Mallory and Brandon Knight of Noblesville.
Another recruit the staff has been really high on as of late is 6'7 270 pound Noah Listermann, who personally received a scholarship offer from Kevin Wilson while attending the February 2nd junior day recently held on the IU campus.
"The Indiana visit was good." Listermann told The Crimson Quarry. "I really liked the atmosphere. The coaches there are really cool. I think what really stood out to me was how personal everyone was with you. They're inviting to you and make you feel at home. It was my first time. I really enjoyed it there. I had a great time at the junior day. " He added on his trip to Bloomington.
A three star recruit, Listermann is the 74th tackle and 724th overall player in the 2015 class according to the 247Sports Composite. Relatively new to the sport, he has blossomed into a rather solid prospect over the last two seasons at Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati, where he teams up with fellow IU offeree George Brown on the line.
His quick feet and strength hasn't just caught the eye of the Hoosiers, but also Cincinnati, Illinois and Kentucky, who have all offered Noah a scholarship during the recruiting process. Starting to add offers by the week and with interest coming from programs such as Ohio State doesn't mean he isn't high on Indiana though. "I don't really have a list yet but it's great to know they want me." Listermann said of IU.
To see what Noah Listermann could potentially add to the Hoosiers, check out his highlights from last season: