Indiana added a promising young defensive lineman on Wednesday evening.
Arizona State transfer Robby Harrison announced on his Twitter page he is headed to Bloomington.
The 6-foot-4 and 325 pound Harrison has four years of eligibility remaining. He was thought of as a high ceiling prospect and one of the strongest players in the Sun Devil program.
Harrison enrolled at Arizona State in January, 2022. He is listed by ASU as having played in three games during the 2022 season. He did not register any stats.
West Virginia, Kansas, SMU, Marshall, Coastal Carolina, Louisiana, USF, Memphis, and Cincinnati were among Harrison’s offers out of the portal.
He’s the fourth postseason portal addition on the defensive line for IU, joining Philip Blidi (Texas Tech), Marcus Burris (Texas A&M), and Andre Carter (Western Michigan).
Hailing from Greenwood, S.C. (Emerald H.S.), Harrison was a consensus three-star prospect among the major recruiting services. He was a state champion wrestler and also played basketball in high school, and received Division I interest on the hardwood.
Indiana also recruited Harrison out of high school.
Harrison is the third post-spring practice portal addition for IU, joining Stanford tight end Bradley Archer and TCU offensive lineman Noah Bolticoff. The Hoosiers will have at least three more portal visitors this week.
For a complete summary of all of IU’s offseason roster activity, GO HERE.
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