In a matter of less than 24 hours, Indiana picked up a commit from one defensive back in the state of Florida and then lost one a few hours later.
Tindal committed to Indiana on Jan. 7 but less than two weeks later took an official visit to Wisconsin last weekend. After the visit he said he was impressed but still had the Hoosiers at the top of his list. Later in the week, he changed his mind and Friday announced he would attend Wisconsin.
Indiana's commitment count in this class is now 21. The Hoosiers expect to sign a full class of 24 recruits.