Tom Allen was impressed with freshman wide receiver Kamryn Perry after fall camp began.

Indiana recently started fall camp and Allen was asked about newcomers who stood out during the summer. Allen mentioned Perry as a freshman who caught his attention with his speed on the field in practice:

“Has a good burst to him and really good acceleration,” Allen said.

Perry will likely see time on the field if he can continue to impress Allen and the rest of the coaching staff. Perry, a 3-star receiver from Marietta, Georgia, has the skills to make an impact as a freshman in 2022 (Via 247Sports).

In his recruiting class, Perry was ranked 140th overall in Georgia for the 2022 recruiting class. Out of all the wide receivers in the country, Perry was ranked 207 overall. At 5-foot-9, Perry was a wide receiver with a slighter frame but he can produce for the Hoosiers with his speed. His size did not scare away Indiana and he enrolled in June.

Perry initially committed to Central Michigan, but decommitted in December 2021. Right after withdrawing his commitment from Central Michigan, Perry committed to Indiana in December and started his college career as a Hoosier.

With Perry’s early impact, he could be a player to watch for the 2022 season.