Indiana has picked up their 13th commitment in the class of 2020, and this one involved a change of heart.
After previously committing to Rice, Missouri based offensive lineman Brady Feeney has flipped his commitment to Indiana.
According to a 247Sports report, Feeney took a visit to Indiana this weekend, and he announced his decision today on Twitter.
To members of Rice University, members of Indiana Univeristy, and all else who are interested in my recruitment, please see below and respect my decision. #LEO pic.twitter.com/wmayxefvmt
— Brady Feeney (@brady_feeney) July 28, 2019
Named first team all-state in 2018, Feeney attends Christian Brothers High School in St. Louis. That school has won consecutive Missouri Class 6A state titles.
The 6-foot-4 and 285 pound Feeney is a 3-star recruit according to the 247Sports Composite and the No. 87 guard in the country. That service lists Feeney as a guard but he potentially could play tackle in college.
Feeney’s father Todd played tight end at Michigan State. Todd tells The Daily Hoosier that the family is not related to former IU All American offensive lineman Dan Feeney.
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