The Indiana Hoosier football team had made it known they were in the market for a graduate transfer and on Tuesday evening, Tom Allen and staff landed their man.
Former Arizona quarterback Brandon Dawkins committed to the Hoosiers after also taking a visit with Florida Atlantic with interest from other schools as well.
Dawkins will have one year of eligibility.
At Arizona, Dawkins started the 2016 season, starting in 10 games and finishing with 1,348 yards through the air with eight touchdowns and six interceptions. Dawkins added 944 yards on the ground on 131 carries with 10 touchdowns.
In 2017, Dawkins began the year as starter before making way for Khalil Tate.
Dawkins will join Peyton Ramsey, Nick Tronti and incoming freshman Mike Penix, Jr. in what will be an interesting battle for the starting spot come this fall.