MIDWEST RECRUITING: Bishop Dwenger OL Luke Wiginton chooses IU after stock quickly rises
He’s been one of the buzziest college football prospects of the offseason. Now, he’s a Hoosier.
Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger junior offensive lineman Luke Wiginton committed to Indiana University over the weekend, capping a whirlwind two months where his recruiting stock shot through the roof. IU was the first power-conference offer to come his way in mid-February. Within days, the floodgates had opened. Purdue, Illinois, Minnesota and Cincinnati quickly came in with bids. Vanderbilt soon followed.
Last fall, Wiginton (6-foot-6, 280 pounds) won a state championship with his Bishop Dwenger squad in Class 4A. He is the second in-state recruit from the Class of 2020 to pledge his loyalty to Hoosiernation in the past month. Back in March, Carmel linebacker Ty Wise’s committed to IU.
Avon sophomore offensive lineman Blake Fisher, the No. 1 college prospect in the state’s Class of 2021, visited the University of Michigan this past weekend. In other news, Carmel defensive lineman Cole Brevard, the top recruit in the junior class, picked up a Colorado offer and Scecina three-star wide receiver David Baker got an offer from Duke.