Interest Heating up for Warrum

Heritage Christian (Ind.) junior WR Anthony Warrum talks about his visit to Indiana, his future visits, and the Big Ten school that came to watch him in person this week.

Heritage Christian wide receiver Anthony Warrum is one of the state's top juniors. After catching 59 passes for 1,233 yards and 14 touchdowns as a sophomore, he's off to a strong start again this year.

As a result, the recruiting interest has come fast for the 6'1, 175-lber, and yesterday, he took his first unofficial visit to Indiana.

"It was fun," he said. "It was good to see the remodeling of the stadium, the new part. We got a tour of the weight room and some of the position rooms, and the meeting rooms. We sat down for the motivational video the team watched before the game and that was cool. The atmosphere really cool."

Warrum says the Hoosiers have been one of the teams recruiting him the hardest, and even though the contact was limited yesterday, he knows they are interested.

"There were a lot of recruits there, so I didn't get to talk to them. I have gotten a lot of mail from Indiana though and got the one about the home opener."

The visits will continue to some big time schools soon, and one Big Ten team saw him play last week.

"I'm going to Cincinnati, Kentucky and Ball State and then, also, maybe Nebraska, Wisconsin and Iowa. I've also heard from Boston College and actually, Michigan State was at my game last Friday to watch me as well."

Although Warrum plays both sides of the ball, he is being recruited primarily as a wide receiver.

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