2019 Indiana Football Position Preview: Defensive Line

2019 Indiana Football Position Preview: Defensive Line

Written by Evan McShane (@veryreasonable)

The Hoosiers return plenty of experience on the defensive line, but beyond the frontline there will be some questions about IU’s depth that need answered. Seniors Allen Stallings and Gavin Everett are set to anchor the defensive end spots. Stallings tied for the team lead in quarterback hurries last season while collecting two sacks, six tackles for loss, and a forced fumble. Everett started 11 games last year and was the IU defensive player of the week against Michigan. Together, Stallings and Everett hope to make the most of their senior season.

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2018 Early Signing Period Signee Profile: DL Jeramy Passmore

2018 Early Signing Period Signee Profile: DL Jeramy Passmore

Written by Nate Comp

Jeramy Passmore, 6’2”, 250 pounds, Miami, FL (Columbus), DT, 247Sports Composite Ranking: 3-star (85.72)

Passmore is a signee that Coach Tom Allen and staff have been intrigued with for a long time. Their persistence eventually paid off with Passmore’s commitment in June of 2018. Passmore held offers from 32 different schools, including the likes of Air Force, Baylor, and Boston College. Passmore is intriguing because of his versatility on the defensive line. As a big player, he has the size to clog up rushing lanes. However, he is also a quick player that is able to explode through offensive linemen and chase down a quarterback.

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Hoosiers Land Commitment From Three-Star Defensive Lineman Jeramy Passmore

Hoosiers Land Commitment From Three-Star Defensive Lineman Jeramy Passmore

Written By Sammy Jacobs and Evan McShane

Camp season is in full swing and the Hoosiers are out hunting for new recruits. On Friday afternoon one of their main targets Jeramy Passmore pulled the trigger in favor of the Hoosiers. He made his announcement on Twitter, saying "Thank God for all the gifts he has given me and the people he has put into my life that helped me get to where I am today. After a lot of prayer and discussing things with my family I have decided to commit to (Indiana University) Go Hoosiers!!"

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2019 IUFB Target Jeramy Passmore Provides a Recruitment Update

2019 IUFB Target Jeramy Passmore Provides a Recruitment Update

Written By: Kris Shankle (@Hoosierkris)

By now if you haven’t heard of the name Jeramy Passmore as an IU fan, it’s likely that you’ve been without any sort of communication with the outside world when it comes to the Hoosiers. The defensive tackle out of Miami, Florida has become one of the biggest targets in the class of’19 regardless of position.

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Meet the 2019 IUFB Recruiting Targets: Jeramy Passmore

Meet the 2019 IUFB Recruiting Targets: Jeramy Passmore

Written by: Kris Shankle

 There isn’t enough words or the right things to say when it comes to Jeramy Passmore. Let me put it this way, when gathering info for this article and talking with Passmore himself, I had to double check some of his stats, well because they weren’t normal for most high schoolers. Passmore is a Miami, FL native and attends Columbus High School. Florida has become Tom Allen’s secondary home when it comes to recruiting. It’s actually pretty impressive what he’s been able to establish in one of the most talented states for high school football prospects. QB Mike Penix from Tampa Bay Tech and the Tampa Bay Times all area offensive player of the year choose the Hoosiers over plenty of schools, Florida State being one of them. Then there is James Miller, the linebacker from Armwood. Miller was the Tampa Bay Times all area defensive player of the year. He also decided on IU and coach Tom Allen over Florida State among others. Those two aren’t the only ones though, as Penix’s teammate at Tampa Bay Tech Jonathan King a DE also spurned Florida schools, mainly Florida to become a Hoosier. To round it out, Micah McFadden from Plant High School also signed a NLI to play in Bloomington. Altogether Indiana landed 4 players on the HomeTeam top 25 list of area seniors. Those 4 were more than Florida (two), FSU (three), USF (one) as well as Miami (zero) had, which shows just how impressive of a haul the Hoosiers pulled off. 

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