Donaven McCulley is working on making the move from quarterback to wide receiver for Indiana. He continues to impress coaches and teammates in fall camp and could have a big presence with the offense in 2022.

Originally a 4-star QB in the 2021 recruiting class, the 6-foot-5 McCulley was forced into playing time as a true freshman due to injuries. Though he struggled at times to throw the ball (McCulley posted a 42.7% completion percentage), his athletic ability was evident when the ball was in his hands.

Now, his switch to wide receiver is going well with Tom Allen spotlighting his work on Friday.

Transfer QB Connor Bazelak also praised McCulley, saying the new WR is showing a willingness to get into the dirty work and block on the outside.

We’ll see how McCulley looks when we get to the season, but the early signs are promising.