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Indianapolis Gridiron Watch — Who Is Catching Fire On The Recruiting Trail

By: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, February 2, 2022, 10:43 am

Let’s check in on four of the Circle City’s most intriguing football prospects this winter:


Winston Berglund (Carmel 6-2, 190 Jr. S) — Natural playmaker in the secondary, a total ball hawk, tremendous value as a recruit

Stats: 91 tackles. 2 picks, 8 defl

Recent offers: Iowa St, Toledo, Western Michigan, Akron, Bowling Green

Will Heldt (Carmel 6-5, 235 Jr. LB) — Mega motor, tons of grit and killer closing speed on his tackles

Stats: 110 tackles, 5 interceptions

Recent offers: Purdue, Iowa St., Ohio, Bowling Green

Ian Moore (New Palestine 6-5, 300 Soph. OL) — Mauler in the trenches, great technique, flawless footwork

Stats: 24 pancakes

Recent offers: Cincinnati, Louisville, Minnesota,  Tennessee

Danny O’Neil (Cathedral 6-1, 185 Soph. QB) — The quintessential coldblooded gunslinger with a high football QB, Tom Brady focus and efficiency and a Joe Burrow like arm

Stats: 2,956 yards, 33 touchdowns (only 2 picks)

Recent offers:

Purdue, Miami (OH)