Corey Smith, a 6-foot-1 and 170-pound receiver out Brownsburg, Indiana, has announced a commitment to play in the Big Ten.

The No. 10-ranked player in the state of Indiana, and the No. 83 wide receiver in the country in the Class of 2024, has committed to Minnesota. He has a reported 16 offers, including Illinois and West Virginia.

“For me it just felt like home,” Smith told 247Sports. “I love PJ Fleck and what he’s doing up there. I love the receiver coach, Coach (Matt) Simon, I love what they’re doing and I just feel like that’s the place for me and they can help me develop as a receiver and a person as man.”

Smith is commit No. 6 for Fleck and his staff in the 2024 class.

His high school coach offered some insight into Smith as a player:

“I think he really has everything college coaches look for,” Brownsburg High head coach John Hart said. “He has great length, he has great speed and he’s physically really strong. You don’t see many lean wide receivers that lift like he lefts. He really has some great pieces. He fits into what Minnesota does. Most of their receivers are the longer fast guys rather than the smaller guys. Great student great kid.”

Here are his highlights from Hudl: