#CrimsonArmy15 Picks Up A Pair Of Cousins in QB Donovan Hale and S Jonathan Crawford

#CrimsonArmy15 Picks Up A Pair Of Cousins in QB Donovan Hale and S Jonathan Crawford

The Indiana Hoosiers are making recruiting a family affair when they snagged a pair of cousins on Thursday night in safety Jonathan Crawford and dual-threat quarterback Donovan Hale. They mark the 16th and 17th commitments for the 2015 class, which has shot up to 50th nationally and ninth in the Big Ten after this past week. 

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#BTownBound QB Austin King is the 15th Member of The #CrimsonArmy15

#BTownBound QB Austin King is the 15th Member of The #CrimsonArmy15

Of course a prospect would commit as I am sitting in a New York City cab in traffic from JFK airport with my phone hanging on for dear life with 13 percent battery. The Indiana Hoosiers have their quarterback of the future with the commitment of Austin King on Monday afternoon. King makes it five commitments for head coach Kevin Wilson in the last 48 hours and has upped the class to 15 members. 

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#B-TownBound: Davondre Love is Number 12 for the #CrimsonArmy15

#B-TownBound: Davondre Love is Number 12 for the #CrimsonArmy15

Sunday’s in December are usually reserved for some rest, maybe a little relaxation, and definitely some NFL football. However, Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson is using this Sunday to boost his football program. Wilson received a second verbal commitment today, this one from offensive guard Davondre Love. 

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#B-TownBound: Tyler Green is Number 11 for the #CrimsonArmy15

#B-TownBound: Tyler Green is Number 11 for the #CrimsonArmy15

This past weekend the Indiana Hoosiers hosted nine prospects for that were looking to be a part of the Crimson and Cream from 2015 and on. On Sunday morning coach Kevin Wilson and his staff announced that the CrimsonArmy15 is growing in both number and talent when safety Tyler Green verbally committed to play his college football in Bloomington. Green, out of Hyattsville, MD, was once an Ohio State commit and holds offers from Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina State, and Hawaii and is rated three stars by 247 Sports’ composite rankings. He is the 14th best prospect out of Maryland and the 36th best safety prospect in the country.

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Hoosiers are Hosting Nine Prospects This Weekend

Hoosiers are Hosting Nine Prospects This Weekend

With the recruiting dead period just around the corner (December 15th), the Indiana Hoosier coaching staff has a very important weekend coming up full of visiting prospects. Ten high school players (4 commits, 6 targets) descended Bloomington on Friday for an official visit. So who are these prospects that are potential future Hoosiers? Let’s find out.

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Coleman Named Walter Camp First Team All-American

Coleman Named Walter Camp First Team All-American

Indiana Hoosier running back Tevin Coleman had a season for the ages in 2014 and he is reaping in the awards for his efforts. On Thursday, Coleman was named a first team Walter Camp All-American. This is the 125th anniversary of the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s All-American team. Coleman is the first Hoosiers since Antwaan Randle El in 2001 to garner first team All-America and the first Walter Camp All-American since Anthony Thompson. Coleman was also a Doak Walker Award Finalist and was also named first team All-American by both CBS Sports and The USA Today.

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: A Review of 2014

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: A Review of 2014

The 2014 Hoosier football season was filled with highs and lows. Indiana finished with a dismal 4-8 (1-7) record, but that was due in part to losing two quarterbacks to transfers and two more to injury. The Hoosiers had to bank on Nate Sudfeld staying healthy and he didn’t. So after a week of looking back at the past season here is the final Good, Bad, and Ugly from the 2014 season.

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#CrimsonArmy15 Snags WR Marqui Hawkins From UAB

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

When the University of Alabama at Birmingham decided to shut their football program down after the 2014 season, one had to think that coaches from around the country would swoop in and pick up the some of the pieces. On Wednesday night one of those pieces, wide receiver Marqui Hawkins, has decided to transfer to Indiana. Hawkins is the 11th commit in the 2015 class for the Hoosiers and will be immediately eligible and have three years to play for head coach Kevin Wilson. Hawkins announced his decision on Twitter Wednesday evening.

Hawkins, from powerhouse Carver High School in Georgia, originally was a 3-star prospect and committed to play at Florida. Hawkins did not play at UAB this past year. The Hoosier staff should be stoked to have the services of the 6’1” receiver after a 2014 season that saw a lack of depth at the position that was plagued by drops. Hawkins will enroll at Indiana in January to participate in spring practices.