Written By Sammy Jacobs (@sammyj108)
The big day for the Hoosiers just got bigger. ESPN 300 and 4-Star receiver Dominique Booth committed to play for Kevin Wilson's squad in 2014. Booth decommitted from Tennessee in December. An Indianapolis native, Booth played at Pike High School and chose the Hoosiers of Missouri.
The six foot receiver should make up for some of the production lost by the departures Cody Latimer, Kofi Hughes, and Duwyce Wilson. He can play both in the slot and on the outside and is also willing and able to block down field in the run game. Booth is the fouth best player in the state of Indiana and ranked by rivals as the 46th best wide out in the country. He will enroll at IU in January and has a very good chance at breaking the starting lineup by the season opener in 2014. Booth was recruited by coaches Kevin Johns and William Inge.
This is a major grab for Wilson and rounds out the 2014 class nicely. In his announcement on ESPN's Recruiting Nation, Booth sited that he found being one of the guys and part of the Hoosier family was one of the major factors in his decision.