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.
From Brother Rice High School to #IUFB, Welcome Home, @Marozas_97! #LEO pic.twitter.com/frcZUOlDiV— Indiana Football (@HoosierFootball) December 20, 2017
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”: