Indiana added some depth to its defensive line room Wednesday by picking up graduate transfer Weston Kramer, a 6-foot-1, 290-pound defensive tackle from Northern Illinois. Kramer announced his commitment on his Twitter account.
In four years at Northern Illinois, Kramer recorded 97 tackles including 12.5 for loss and 3.5 sacks. The Naperville., Ill., native was named a second-team All-MAC selection this season, recording 17 tackles including three for loss and a sack in the Huskies’ six games this season.
Kramer entered the transfer portal in January, and committed to Temple in February. He then decommitted from the Owls in March.
The Hoosiers have lost several defensive tackles since the 2020 season including All-Big Ten selection Jerome Johnson, key contributor Jovan Swann, and promising freshman Damarjhe Lewis.
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