Following the Future: IU commits in action

Peegs.com recaps how each member of the 2017 Indiana recruiting class performed in their most recent game, and what is next on the schedule for every Hoosier commit.

Every IU commit has gotten their senior season under way. Check out how each commit performed this past weekend, and what is next on the schedule for each member of the 2017 IU recruiting class.

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Plant H.S. (1-0) opened their 2016 season with a 51-21 victory over Cottondale (AL) Bryant H.S. Allen led the Plant defense in tackles with nine and in tackles for loss with four.

On the season Allen has recorded nine tackles and four tackles for loss.

Allen, who is the son of IU defensive coordinator Tom Allen, chose the Hoosiers over offers from Rutgers, South Florida, Southern Miss, Air Force, Bowling Green, Colorado State, FIU, Miami (OH), South Alabama, Alcorn State, Dartmouth, Eastern Kentucky and Princeton.

UP NEXT: Plant plays at Tampa Hillsborough H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Carmel evened their record at 1-1 with a 24-9 win over Noblesville H.S. In the victory Beery recorded three tackles.

On the season Beery has recorded seven tackles and he has blocked a field goal.

Beery chose the Hoosiers over offers from Syracuse, Ball State, Miami (OH) and New Mexico. He was also hearing a great deal from Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Stanford and Vanderbilt.

UP NEXT: Carmel plays at Noblesville H.S. on Friday, August 26th.

 

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Manvel (1-0) opened their 2016 season with 35-21 win over Crosby H.S. In the victory Bryant recorded two tackles, two sacks and three QB pressures.

On the season Bryant has recorded two tackles, two sacks and three QB pressures.

Bryant chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Arkansas, California, Cincinnati, Colorado, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Colorado State, East Carolina, Fresno State, Louisiana-Lafayette, New Mexico, North Texas, SMU, Texas-San Antonio and Northern Colorado.

UP NEXT: Manvel plays at Houston North Shore H.S. on Thursday, September 1st.

 

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Columbus East fell to 1-1 on the season with a 30-13 loss at Columbus North. In the game Crider started at center for the Olympians.

On the season Crider has started both games at center for the Olympians.

Crider chose the Hoosiers over offers from Virginia, Buffalo, Dartmouth, Eastern Kentucky, Illinois State, Indiana State, North Dakota, Southern Illinois and Western Illinois.

UP NEXT: Columbus East hosts Seymour H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Avon is 1-1 on the season after a 38-7 loss to Ben Davis H.S. In the game Fitzgerald recorded six tackles, two tackles for loss and one forced fumble on defense. On offense he carried the ball two times for seven yards (3.5 yards per carry), and he caught one pass for no gain.

On the season on defense Fitzgerald has recorded 17 tackles, two tackles for loss and one forced fumble. On offense he has carried the ball 14 times for 97 yards (6.9 yards per carry) with two touchdowns, and he has one reception for no gain. On special teams he has three kickoff returns for 119 yards (39.7 yards per return).

Fitzgerald chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Minnesota, West Virginia, Bowling Green, Miami (OH), Toledo and Western Michigan.

UP NEXT: Avon hosts Hamilton Southeastern H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Parker H.S. is 0-2 on the season after a 29-25 loss to La Follette H.S. In the game Harris recorded 4 tackles, two QB pressures and one tackle for loss.

On the season Harris has recorded seven tackles, four tackles for loss, two QB pressures and one sack.

Harris chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Alabama, Iowa State, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Tulane.

UP NEXT: Parker plays at Madison East H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Tri-West is 1-1 on the season after a 30-13 win over Evansville Mater Dei H.S. In the victory Hendershot had three receptions for 59 and one touchdown, and on defense he recorded two tackles and one QB pressure.

On the season Hendershot has Hendershot had eight receptions for 158 yards (19.8 yards per reception) and two touchdowns. On defense he has recorded seven tackles, two passes knocked down and one QB pressure.

Hendershot chose the Hoosiers over offers from Cincinnati, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Ball State, Miami (OH), Western Michigan and Illinois State.

UP NEXT: Tri-West hosts Frankfort H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Carrollton (1-0) had a bye this past week. They return to the field on Friday, September 2nd when they host Riverdale H.S.

On the season Hunt has recorded seven tackles on defense. On special teams he has one kickoff return for 17 yards.

Hunt chose the Hoosiers over offers from Minnesota, Purdue, Kentucky, Louisville, West Virginia, Colorado State, Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, Southern Miss, Troy, Tulane, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan, Appalachian State, Charlotte, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Samford and West Georgia.

UP NEXT: Carrollton hosts Riverdale H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Lawrence North is 1-1 on the season after a 13-8 loss to Brownsburg H.S. In the game Jones started at tackle for the Wildcats.

On the season Jones has started both games at tackle for the Wildcats.

Jones chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Purdue, Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH), Ohio and Western Michigan.

UP NEXT: Lawrence North plays Lawrence Central H.S. at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Northside Christian (1-0) opened their 2016 season with a 22-18 win over First Baptist Academy. In the victory Knight started at tackle for the Mustangs.

On the season Knight has started one game at tackle for the Mustangs.

Knight chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Maryland, Purdue, Rutgers, Iowa State, Louisville, Wake Forest, West Virginia, South Florida, Southern Miss, Central Florida, Florida Atlantic and Yale.

UP NEXT: Northside Christian hosts Clearwater Calvary Christian on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Ben Davis is 2-0 on the season after a 38-7 win over Avon H.S. In the victory Minor recorded six tackles, one tackle for loss and one pass knocked down. He also caught a pass that went for a two-point conversion.

On the season Minor has recorded 13 tackles, four tackle for loss, two passes knocked down and one sack. He has also hauled in a pass that went for a two-point conversion

Minor chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa State, Ball State, Miami (OH), Toledo and Western Michigan.

UP NEXT: Ben Davis plays at Indianapolis Pike H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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St. Francis DeSales (1-0) opened their 2016 season with a 28-7 win over Lancaster H.S. In the victory Mullins recorded eight tackles and four tackles for loss on defense. On offense he played guard for the Stallions.

On the season on defense Mullins has recorded eight tackles and four tackles for loss. On offense he has played one game at guard for the Stallions.

Mullins chose the Hoosiers over offers from Purdue, Wisconsin, Boston College, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Bowling Green, Kent State, Ohio and Toledo. 

UP NEXT: St. Francis DeSales hosts Football North Prep Academy from Mississauga, Ontario on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Clearwater (1-0) opened their 2016 season with a 22-10 win over Tarpon Springs H.S. In the victory Reese recorded five tackles, one sack, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt that he returned 37 yards for a touchdown.

On the season Reece has recorded five tackles, one sack, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt that he returned 37 yards for a touchdown.

Reese chose the Hoosiers over offers from Purdue, Iowa State, Duke, Louisville, Bowling Green, FAU, FIU, Marshall, Middle Tennessee State, Southern Miss, Toledo, UCF, Western Kentucky, Idaho, McNeese State, Mercer and Samford.

UP NEXT: Clearwater plays at Clearwater Countryside H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.

 

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Lake Mary (0-1) opened their 2016 season with a 62-24 loss to Jacksonville Bolles H.S. In the game Ziemba recorded seven tackles on defense. He also scored on a two-point conversion try when he ran the ball in as the Wildcat QB.

On the season on defense Ziemba has recorded seven tackles. He has also scored on a two-point conversion try when he ran the ball in as the Wildcat QB.

Ziemba chose the Hoosiers over offers from Purdue, Cincinnati, Syracuse, South Florida, East Carolina, FAU, FIU, Kent State, Miami (OH), Temple, Tulane, UCF, Western Kentucky, Appalachian State, East Tennessee State, Florida A&M, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, McNeese State, Mercer and Samford. 

UP NEXT: Lake Mary plays at Orlando Dr. Phillips H.S. on Friday, September 2nd.


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