Recruiting goes on constantly.

Whether we’re in the thick of things during the college football season or are in July and we’re over a month away from the regular season beginning, recruiting is on the forefront of program’s minds.

Indiana, on Sunday, was able to not only gain a commitment from a player, but it also took one away from Rice. Brady Feeney, regarded as a 3-star offensive guard prospect by 247Sports, decommitted from Rice and is deciding to join the Hoosiers:

Feeney ranks as the No. 87 guard in the Class of 2020, and with his commitment, Indiana’s class is now 13 members deep. It ranks No. 53 nationally and No. 11 in the Big Ten.

Feeney is a 6-foot-4, 285-pound prospect from Saint Louis, Mo. and held offers from Rice, Ball State, Kent State, Memphis and Yale. He is also the second player at his position to commit to the Hoosiers — joining 3-star prospect Cameron Knight.