IU football visitors for Michigan State game has the list of commits and top Indiana targets expected to be in Bloomington tomorrow when the Hoosiers host the Michigan State Spartans. has confirmed that a number of recruits will be in Bloomington tomorrow for Indiana's game against Michigan State. There will be a few official visitors joining several IU commits, and several Two commits from the 2017 IU recruiting class will be on campus, and they will be joined by prospects from Indiana, Ohio, Maryland and Pennsylvania.



D.J. Edwards is a wideout from Palm Beach Lakes H.S. in South Florida. The three-star prospect currently has offers from Indiana, Illinois, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Missouri, N.C. State, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Washington State, West Virginia, UConn, Central Florida, Akron, East Carolina, FAU, Marshall, Temple and Toledo.

Quran Hafiz was committed to Iowa State but he recently decided to open his recruiting back up. The three-star recruit has more than 30 offers but he has narrowed his list of top schools down to Indiana, Iowa State, Minnesota, Oregon State and Fresno State. Hafiz is from the same high school as current IU freshman Phil Benker.

Juan Harris is a massive lineman that could play on either side of the ball in college, but Indiana likes him as a defensive tackle. Through six games this fall he has recorded 24 tackles, eight tackles for loss, four QB pressures and three sacks. He has also played at offensive guard in all six games this fall for Parker H.S.



Britt Beery was one of the earliest commits for IU in the 2017 recruiting class. He plays defensive end at Carmel, but he has the frame that could allow him to add enough weight to be a defensive tackle in college. Through the first six games of his senior season he has recorded 27 tackles, two passes knocked down, a fumble recovery and he has blocked a field goal.

Bryant Fitzgerald was one of the earliest commits for IU when he pledged to the Hoosiers back in January. He is being recruited by the IU staff to play the Husky position in their 4-2-5 defense. Through the first six games of his senior season he has recorded 53 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two QB hurries, two forced fumbles and one interception he has returned 94 yards for a touchdown.

Three-star prospect Peyton Hendershot has the ability to play on either side of the ball in college but IU is recruiting him to play tight end. So far this season he has 31 receptions for 376 yards and seven touchdowns. On defense he has recorded 21 tackles, six tackles for loss, six QB pressures, five pass break-ups, two sacks and one fumble recovery. He also had offers from Cincinnati, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Ball State, Miami (OH), Western Michigan and Illinois State.

Caleb Jones is one of three offensive line commits for Indiana in the 2017 class. The big lineman projects as a tackle for the Hoosiers. He is a three-star rated prospect by, and he chose the Hoosiers over offers from Illinois, Purdue, Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH), Ohio and Western Michigan.

The Indiana staff made defensive line a priority in the 2017 class and Leshaun Minor was one of their top targets from the beginning. He will most likely be an interior defensive lineman in college, but he might be able to play some at D-end. He is having a good senior season as he has recorded 37 tackles, seven tackle for loss, two passes knocked down and one sack. He has also hauled in a pass that went for a two-point conversion.

Derrius Mullins is one of seven defensive line commits for the Hoosiers in the 2017 class. He is three-star prospect that has recorded 25 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, one forced fumble and one pass break-up. He has also played offensive 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. 



Jackson Barrow is one of the top linebacker targets in the 2018 class for the Hoosiers along with his 2018 teammate Hugh Davis, and fellow in-state junior Cameron McGrone from Indianapolis Lawrence Central H.S. The three-star prospect has picked up early offers from Indiana and Central Michigan.

Jairus Brents is a 2018 four-star defensive back that has already picked up offers from Indiana, Wisconsin, Boston College, Duke, Kentucky, Louisville, Tennessee, South Florida, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Western Kentucky, UAB and Tennessee State.

Hugh Davis is a three-star prospect that has picked up early offers from Indiana and Central Michigan. He is one of a handful of high major prospects for Cathedral in the 2018 recruiting class.

George Karlaftis is a 2019 prospect that has an early offer from the Hoosiers. Through six games this fall he has recorded 49 tackles, 19 QB hurries, 10 sacks, seven tackles for loss and one forced fumble. Top Stories