Indiana might have found a centerpiece for the 2015 recruiting class in DeMatha Catholic (MD) safety Tyler Green. A recent Ohio State decommit, Green is a big get for an Indiana defense that has been much maligned in the past few seasons, especially against the passing attack. Rated as a "90" on the 247 composite, his size and lateral quickness will allow him to cover receivers with considerable size and skill in the Big Ten. Our friends at 247sports have put together a collection of his best plays at DeMatha.That high school should sound familiar to the Hoosier faithful; the tradtional basketball power is where former IU shooting guard Victor Oladipo attended high school.
Shortly after Green's announcement, Wilson landed two more for the '15 class in Carmel freak-athlete Isaac James and Missouri native DaVondre Love. Named to the IndyStar's SuperTeam and a swiss-army knife for the Greyhounds, James caught 28 passes for 188 yards, rushed for 841 yards and six touchdowns and passed for 225 yards on the season. Love, an under-the-rader 6-7, 290-lb offensive lineman that's gone unrated by several services, bought into the IU program after the Missouri win. Like, a lot:
IU commit DaVondre Love: "In the near future, Indiana will be one of the best teams in the country. I honestly believe that." #iufb— Sam Beishuizen (@Sam_Beishuizen) December 14, 2014
Wilsons' three commitments today brings Indiana's total for the Class of 2015 to 13. He's previously stated he's looking for around 25 signees for next fall's class.