Indiana lands former Michigan State commit
Indiana’s 2016 class needed to add some talented skill players before National Signing Day.
On Sunday, they got some help with that.
Three-star athlete Jonah Morris became the top-rated 2016 recruit in Indiana’s class when he announced his commitment to the program.
— ✨Thee Jonah Morris️✨ (@Jumpmane22) January 24, 2016
The Akron, Ohio native was recruited by Ohio State and he was also committed to Michigan State up until November. But when Ohio State landed four-star wide receiver Binjimen Victor last Monday, the Buckeyes ran out of spots at the position.
That opened the door for Indiana to land the three-star 2016 recruit (247sports) following his official visit to Bloomington over the weekend.
According to 247sports, the 6-4, 196-pound wideout is the 385th player overall and he’s the 18th-rated athlete in the 2016 class. On Scout.com, Morris is rated a four-star athlete.
Either way, he’s the highest rated recruit for the Hoosiers since Dominique Booth in 2014.
As he always is, Kevin Wilson was fired up about the addition.
— Kevin Wilson (@IUCoachWilson) January 24, 2016