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Mid-Summer Football Recruiting Notebook – Breaking Down A Bevy Of Circle City Commitments

By: SCOTT BURNSTEIN, July 14, 2022, 1:55 pm

Recent Indianapolis Area Football Commitments From The Class of 2023




Aycen “Tank: Stevens (Decatur Central 6-4, 235 LB) — Committed to Virginia Tech, Stevens is a freakish athlete with versatility and spunk

Jaron Tibbs (Indianapolis Cathedral 6-4, 190 WR) — Committed to Purdue, Tibbs is a home run threat every fly route he runs, great in the red zone, NFL upside

T.J. McWilliams (North Central 6-2, 185 WR) — Committed to Purdue, McWilliams is the definition of value in the Midwest recruiting landscape

Will Heldt (Carmel 6-6, 245 LB/DE) — Committed to Purdue, Heldt is in Beast Mode 24/7 and is just a ferocious competitor in every way, shape and form

Desmond Duffy (5-9, 170 WR) — Committed to Ohio University, Duffy terrorizes out of the slot and has a knack for the big play

Jayden Whitaker (Brownsburg 6-2, 180 QB) — Committed to Western Illinois, Whitaker displays a smooth throwing motion, a quick trigger and underrated touch

Brady Probst (Brownsburg 6-4, 235 TE) — Committed to Illinois State, Probst is the perfect combo of power and finesse at the tight end position

Anthony Leadford (Indianapolis Pike 6-2, 185 S) — Committed to Western Michigan, Leadford is a Supersonic Sleeper Special out of the secondary

Kevion Wellington (North Central 6-3, 265 DL) — Committed to Western Michigan, Wellington is a Supersonic Sleeper Special in the trenches going after the quarterback

Andrew Page (Noblesville 6-4, 265 OL) — Committed to Kent State, Page will bring tenacity, technique and a tireless work ethic when he lands on campus next year

Isaiah Thacker (New Palestine 6-1, 180 WR) — Committed to Ball State, Thacker shows wheels, hands and the propensity for running slick, tight routes