Northern Illinois transfer defensive lineman Weston Kramer is officially a Hoosier.

Monday, Indiana officially added Kramer to the roster for the 2021 season. He comes to Bloomington after spending the past four seasons with Northern Illinois, where he played in 45 career games and made 30 starts along the defensive line for the Huskies.

“West brings a great motor and toughness that we need on our defensive line,” said head coach Tom Allen. “He will help disrupt the run game and get after the quarterback on third downs. Weston is a welcome addition and adds quality depth to our line.”

Kramer was a productive member of the NIU defensive during his career. He’s piled up 97 total stops with 12.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. He recorded 17 tackles, 3 for loss and a sack during the 2020 campaign, earning second-team All-MAC honors.

At Indiana, Kramer will have one year of eligibility to use.