Indiana Football’s Off Season Movement: Offensive

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You are Fryfogle Exhaustion of eligibility: In five seasons with the Hoosiers, the Mississippi native played in 53 career games with 34 starts. He finished his career with 158 receptions for 2,231 yards and 14 touchdowns. Fryfogle’s best season was in 2020 when he was named Big Ten Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year and IU Offensive Player of the Year. It has also been named the 3rd Team All-American by the Associated Press, 4th-Team All-American by Phil Steele, First-Team All-Big Ten by the media, and Second-Team All-Big Ten by coaches, He reached the semi-finals. for the Biletnikoff award after collecting 721 yards and seven touchdowns in 37 receptions in just eight games.

Miles Marshall Transferred to Miami (Ohio): Marshall went to the transfer window two days after the end of IU’s 2021 season last November. During his time at Bloomington, the Georgia native played in 33 games with 18 games. He finished with 797 receiving yards and two touchdowns in 57 receptions. Marshall will continue his college career at the Mid-America Conference in Miami (Ohio). He has two years of eligibility.

Jacob Hewitt Transferred to Florida International: The Tennessee native didn’t see a game in his first two seasons in Indiana. As a true rookie in 2018, he spent the season in a red shirt, and in 2019 he has yet to play after suffering an ACL injury in summer training that forced him to miss the entire campaign. In 2020, he played in all eight games and made five receptions for 68 yards. Last fall, he saw activity in 10 games, and finished eight receptions for 47 yards. He’s also seen time on specials where he’s had 10 kicks back for 226 yards.

Dashon Brown Dismissed from the program and entered the NCAA transfer portal: Brown entered the transfer window last October after being fired from the Indiana program. In just over two seasons with the Hoosiers, the Wisconsin native played two games and scored no stats. Last month he was charged Kidnapping, robbery and battery have led to an injury after allegations of kidnapping and robbery of a man he met through a smartphone dating app.

Jordan Williams Transferred to Jackson State: The Georgia-born was a top signer for the Hoosiers in the 2021 class after spending his first season in high school playing at Trinity Christian School in Texas. The offensive coordinator at Trinity Christian, the year Williams played there, was former NFL player Deon Sanders. Sanders is now the head coach at Jackson State, where Williams will continue his college football career. In his only season at IU, Williams played three games and scored no stats.

Cameron Buckley Transferred to Jackson State: The Texan native was supposed to supply the Hoosiers with a veteran playmaker on a large scale after moving from Texas A&M last year, but unfortunately failed to make an impact on the field during his time in Bloomington. Buckley played in four games with three starts and had three receptions for 20 yards. He will join Williams at Jackson State in his final season in college football.


Emery Simmons Transferred from North Carolina: After making a commitment to Indiana in March 2018 as a member of the 2019 Employment Class before ending the commitment, Simmons finally became a member of the Hoosiers Program. During his time at Chapel Hill, the North Carolina native played 30 games with 14 games. As a heel drop, he had 30 receptions for 516 yards and two touchdowns. At UNC, he mainly played abroad, which is likely where he will be seen most of the time in IU.

Andison Kobe Copied from Tennessee: Coby is the Hoosiers’ latest commitment on the offensive side of the ball. The Fort Lauderdale native spent the 2021 season with the Vols after playing in 2020 at Northeast Mississippi Junior College. Kobe played in five games at Tennessee last fall and didn’t score any stats. In his first year at the junior college level, he rode 24 receptions for 422 yards and seven touchdowns. Coby was ranked 3rd best junior college in the world and 30th junior college player overall in the 2021 recruitment category. The Indiana staff were looking for more speed and a blast at scale and this is something they believe Coby can provide.

camber – Location 2022: The junior college from Trinity Valley CC in Texas adds size and athletic performance to the vast Hoosiers area. Camper was singled out during the Spring Ball by coach Tom Allen as someone who made an impression on the coaching staff. Last fall, he rode in 28 receptions for 505 yards and three touchdowns. Camper is ranked the 25th best junior college in the country according to the 247Sports composite rankings, and the second best broad in the JUCO rankings. He has three years of eligibility.

Omar Cooper – Location 2022: Cooper was one of the best in-state recruits and one of the country’s top leads in the 2022 class. He was a teammate with current IU player Donavin McCauley at Indianapolis Lawrence North. Cooper was named the wide receiver for the 2021 Mr. Football in Indiana after pulling 43 receptions for 702 yards and five touchdowns last fall. When he was young, he had 38 receptions for 1,101 yards and 14 touchdowns when he scored assists from McCauley.

Camryn Perry – Location 2022: Perry had an outstanding season at the Atlanta-area Marietta HS club where he rode 63 receptions for 1,116 yards and 20 touchdowns. While Perry isn’t too big, his speed and ability to make defenders miss when he has the ball in his hands is something the Indiana attacker needs. A three-star recruit can make a huge impact on special teams as a payout.

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