Indiana picked up its third transfer commit on Sunday when former Miami, Fla. linebacker Bradley Jennings, Jr. announced he was playing in Bloomington next year.
“I’m a Hoosier,” Jennings, Jr. simply posted on his Twitter page.
Jennings started all 11 games for Miami in 2020 and finished with 39 tackles, but he fell to a reserve role in 2021. Jennings was credited with 14 tackles and two hurries in eight games this season.
The 6-foot-1 and 230 pound Jennings is the son of former Florida State linebacker Bradley Jennings. He was a three-star recruit from Jacksonville in the class of 2017. In total Jennings appeared in 35 games for Miami and he was credited with 68 tackles, nine for a loss and three sacks.
Jennings has one year of eligibility remaining. Indiana is still waiting to learn whether starting linebackers Cam Jones and Micah McFadden will return for their additional years of eligibility.
Earlier in the day Ole Miss defensive linemen Patrick Lucas and LeDarrius Cox announced they were transferring to IU.
To see more on Indiana’s activity in the transfer portal, GO HERE.
For more on IU’s 2022 recruiting class, GO HERE.
(This story will be updated)
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