Indiana has added some depth to their offensive line unit, as Nick Marozas has signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Hoosiers.
Marozas is a 3-star offensive tackle from Oak Lawn, IL. He committed to Indiana on June 19 and also held offers from Minnesota, Virginia, Cincinnati, and Ball State.
The former basketball player became a focal point on the offensive line at Brother Rice High School as their offense racked up 45 points per game during his senior year.
The 6’5”, 270-pound Marozas is the 119th ranked offensive tackle in the country and the 41st ranked recruit from the state of Illinois. He will be a part of the rebuilding of the IU offensive line, as that unit was disappointing last season but showed improvement as the season progressed.
Marozas will more than likely need a year to develop, but he could be a contributor before we know it. Here are the highlights from his senior season, which have been dubbed “The Original Pancake House”: