Indiana continues to bolster their secondary by signing 3-star safety Jordan Jusevitch.
Jusevitch was the very first member of this class to commit, doing so nearly 11 months ago on January 21. The Lowell, IN recruit also had offers from Ball State, Central Michigan, Toledo, and Western Michigan.
The 6’0”, 200-pound safety recorded 109 tackles as a senior, including 7 tackles for a loss and 3 sacks. He also picked off 7 passes and recovered a pair of fumbles. He played on the other side of the ball for Lowell and returned kicks as well, totaling 1370 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns.
Jusevitch probably won’t get much time at safety as a freshman, but look for him to work his way onto a special teams unit. He blocked a pair of field goals in high school and seems to have a nose for the ball.
Here are the highlights from Jusevitch’s senior year: