The 6-foot-5, 225-pound, athlete impressed as a junior last year in Alter's offense and he should be featured more this coming season.
"I think I can get off the line quick with my first step, and get down the field to catch the ball," Hart stated. "My athleticism is my greatest asset, and I think we are going to throw the ball more this year, especially with Malik Zaire back at quarterback."
"With Malik, we can do a lot of things throwing the football," he added. "I will be playing outside, as well as in the slot next season. I play wideout a lot, but we could also be going to some two tight end sets."
"Kentucky was my first offer, and (head coach) Joker Phillips was at the school in person," he explained. "He asked my coach to have me call him later, and when we spoke that night I got the offer. Indiana offered after I went there for a visit, and Coach (Kevin) Wilson offered me in his office."
"Getting these offers is such a blessing, and it's also a relief," he continued. "I've been working hard, and it feels great to see that it is paying off. It's a weight off my shoulders to have offers this early, so now I can worry about helping my team win games."
There are a few visits upcoming for Hart, including a return trip to Indiana.
"I'm also hearing from Cincinnati and I know they're interested," he admitted. "I have visits coming up with Illinois on March 9th, and then Northwestern on March 10th. I'm interested in all three schools for sure, and looking forward to seeing Illinois and Northwestern. I'm also going back to Indiana again for spring practice, and seeing more of the campus. Indiana is a great school, and I'm definitely interested in them."