Indiana Football Recruiting
Four-star running back Sampson James is headed to Bloomington from Avon after decommitting from Ohio State in October
Indiana football early signing period: Indiana fends off Arkansas, Michigan State for four-star defensive end
Robbins is another four-star recruit from the Indianapolis pipeline.
With the program at a pivotal point, Tom Allen adds another defensive talent to his recruiting class.
The son of Indiana Football’s Director of Player Development will be spending his college career under his father’s tutelage.
The Lizton native was initially committed to Ball State before re-opening and choosing the Hoosiers.
Indiana’s Tampa pipeline is chugging along, and it might produce the Hoosiers’ biggest recruiting pickup yet.
It’s the highest-rated commit for Indiana in the 2017 class, and the second Plant High School player to commit to play for their former teammate’s father this week.
The son of a former Ole Miss player was set to visit Oxford this weekend, but committed to Grant Heard & Indiana after a visit tonight anyway.
The Wisconsin native, whose recruitment which featured three decommits from Iowa and one from Indiana, says he’s ‘all in 100%’ on coming to Bloomington.
With seven commits in the top 25, the Hoosiers are dominating Purdue and others in recruiting Indiana kids.
When not winning football games, Kevin Wilson and his staff have begun handing out scholarships to 2018 recruits. Plus, catching up on some 2017 recruits.
It's the Hoosiers' third commitment of the week and 15th overall.