With spring football soon approaching, Tom Allen announced to the media that he has suspended Jordan Fuchs, Danny Cameron and Wesley Green indefinitely.
Jordan Fuchs, Danny Cameron and Wesley Green are all suspended indefinitely, Tom Allen said today #iufb— Sam Beishuizen (@Sam_Beishuizen) March 2, 2017
The reasoning behind the suspensions remain unknown, but this type of disciplinary action is not unique to the program.
Last season, Coach Kevin Wilson suspended Jake Attar, Simmie Cobbs, Chase Dutra, Ralph Green, Noel Padmore and Wesley Green for the first game of the season for off the field transgressions. After the one game suspension, all were allowed to come back to the team.
Jordan Fuchs spent last season on the sidelines after suffering a season ending injury against Florida International. In his first two years at IU, Fuchs compiled three receiving touchdowns at tight end, and 69 career receiving yards.
Danny Cameron, son of former IU Head Coach Cam Cameron, has spent the last two seasons as a backup quarterback. The preferred walk-on made his only career appearance against Penn State in 2015. Cameron was 6-of-16 for 65 yards with one interception.
Wesley Green transferred to IU in 2015 after a year at South Carolina. Green was a four-star prospect according to 247Sports and he ranked in the top 200 of some of the most popular recruiting sites out of high school. Green played in two games last season for the Hoosiers.