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IU hosting talented group of visitors today

Peegs.com takes a look at the football prospects that will be visiting Indiana today.

When the Indiana football team scrimmages today there will be a handful of top targets from the 2018 class there to observe it, along with a couple members of the 2017 class. Peegs.com has confirmed several of the visitors that are scheduled to be on campus today.

2017 Indiana Signees

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Bryant Fitzgerald is a three-star recruit from Avon (IN) Avon H.S. Last fall as a senior for the Orioles he recorded 107 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, six QB hurries, three interceptions including two he returned for touchdowns, three pass break-ups, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one sack. On offense he carried the ball 121 times for 814 yards with nine touchdowns. On special teams he had six kick returns for 251 yards. On defense he lined up at linebacker, slot cornerback, and safety for Avon so he has a ton of position versatility. He looks like a perfect fit at Husky because of his ability to play both the run and the pass.

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Peyton Hendershot is a three-star tight end from Lizton (IN) Tri-West H.S. Last fall at Tri-West he hauled in 67 receptions for 896 yards and nine touchdowns on his way to being named to the 2016 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Central Indiana high school football Super Team. He chose the Hoosiers over offers from Cincinnati, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Ball State, Miami (OH), Western Michigan and Illinois State along with heavy interest from Penn State.

2018 Indiana Targets

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Noah Gatlin is a three-star offensive tackle prospect from Jonesboro H.S. in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Indiana OL coach Darren Hiller was on the staff at Arkansas State for several years so he has a connection to the area and to Gatlin's high school. The big lineman currently has offers from Virginia, Air Force, Arkansas State, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, SMU, Western Kentucky and Western Kentucky to go along with interest from Indiana, Arkansas and N.C. State.

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D.J. Johnson is an in-state cornerback from North Central H.S. in Indianapolis. The four-star cornerback has seen his recruiting really take off in recent weeks as he picked up offers from Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Purdue, Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Miami (OH), Northern Illinois, Toledo and Western Michigan. Johnson appears to be favoring Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota so the Hoosiers have a little work to do here.

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Jordan Jusevitch was the first commit for the Hoosiers in the 2018 recruiting class. The three-star defensive back from Lowell H.S. in Lowell, Indiana chose the Hoosiers over offers from Ball State, Central Michigan, Miami (OH) and Toledo along with heavy interest from Wisconsin and Kansas. Last fall he he was named the Gary Post-Tribune and Northwest Indiana Times Defensive Player of the Year after recording 104 tackles, seven tackles for loss, five interceptions, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble.

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Cameron McGrone is a four-star linebacker from Lawrence Central H.S. in Indianapolis. Last fall he recorded 75 tackles, 15 tackles for loss and five sacks. McGrone has offers from Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Bowling Green, Miami (OH) and Central Florida.

http://www.scout.com/player/208637-madison-norris?s=170

Madison Norris is a three-star defensive end from Hamilton Southeastern H.S. in Fishers, Indiana. Last fall for the Royals he recorded 67 tackles, 11 QB hurries, 10 sacks, two sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery he returned for a touchdown. Norris currently has offers from Indiana, Minnesota, Purdue, Tennessee, Louisville, N.C. State, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Central Michigan and Toledo.


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