Carmel (Ind.) wide receiver Isaac James gave Kevin Wilson his commitment to Indiana on Sunday. The three-star is 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, and he is the third wide receiver of Indiana's 2015 class.
"I liked the way the program is headed," James told AllHoosiers.com. "It's an exciting future, and I look forward to being a part of what will be an explosive offense."
Tyler Green, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound safety from Hyattsville (Md.) DeMartha, de-committed from Ohio State earlier this week. After visiting Indiana over the weekend, the three-star gave a verbal commitment to the Hoosiers.
"Early playing time was a huge factor in my decision," Green told AllHoosiers.com. "At OSU they kind of make you wait your turn. At IU, they told me with my height, weight and speed I have the ability to start now, as long as I put the work in. The coaching staff let me know I could be the face of the defense, that I was a guy they really needed, and they wanted me. Over at Ohio State, while they may want you, maybe they don't need you."
DaVondre Love from St. Louis (Mo.) was the third recruit Wilson landed on Sunday. The two-star offensive tackle comes in at 6-foot-7 and 285 pounds, and he is the fourth signed offensive lineman of the class.
"Coach Wilson is just a great guy," Love told AllHoosiers.com. "He's very straightforward and honest about what he expects, and I bought into it. The IU program is really just a big family. Everyone is close, and it's something special.
"I honestly think the IU program is headed to the top in the near future. There's lots of talent in Bloomington, and more talented guys are continuing to come in to help the program improve. Everyone has the same goal and everyone is working as hard as possible to achieve it."
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