MIDWEST RECRUITING: IHSAA football is a wideout wonderland of still-unsigned 2019 WRs
Here’s a half-dozen pass catchers in the Class of 2019 still available in the football recruiting world:
David Bell (Warren Central) — No. 1 receiver in the state, one of the IHSAA’s all-time greats at the position. In other words, he owns a LICENSE 2 THRILL and isn’t afraid to use it on the regular.
Recruiting Breakdown: Purdue, Penn State, Ohio State and Indiana all in hot pursuit, insiders says it’s between the Boilermakers and PSU.
Camdyn Childers (Ft. Wayne Carroll) — Slick route runner with satiny soft hands and a killer instinct in crunch time.
Recruiting Breakdown: Holds offers from Army and Kent State.
Tommy Fossett (Zionsville) — Just DRIPPING WITH FINESSE whenever he has the rock in his grasp, defines the term slippery playmaker — NEEDS AN OFFER LIKE A DOG NEEDS ITS BONE. He totaled 1,000 yards, 73 catches and 8 touchdowns in 2018.
Recruiting Breakdown: Scouts are worried about his size (5-foot-9) but they should be paying more attention to his SWAG NASTINESS in open space.
Jordan Hull (Zionsville) — Only starting to scratch the surface on his potential, has all the tools to be a star at the next level. He caught 50 balls for 1,000 yards and 15 scores in 2018.
Recruiting Breakdown: Boasts a Kansas offer and Illinois is believed to be sniffing in his direction.
Jackson Lantz (Hamilton Southeastern) — A Jonah Hill Special: Simply SUPERBAD!!
Recruiting Breakdown: MAD NICE in the classroom as well as the gridiron, might end up going Ivy League or Patriot League.
Donivan Wright (Lawrence Central) — Bursting with BALLERDOM, cash money coming out of the slot and marvelous going across the middle.
Recruiting Breakdown: Reportedly leaning towards Cincinnati.