The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in IU News and Recruiting Notes (8/10)

Every day we scour the internet and social media to bring you the best in IU and Big Ten news and recruiting notes.  It’s your daily one stop shop for comprehensive and free IU Athletics related information.

Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:

THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE

  • The Daily Hoosier takes a look at the interesting journey of redshirt freshman safety Bryant Fitzgerald as he prepares to finally see the field.
  • IUBase has the details on the first verbal commit in the Jeff Mercer era.
  • The Herald Times profiles IU offensive lineman Coy Cronk.
  • Punt John Punt analyzes the offensive efficiency of the IU receivers.
  • Two Hoosiers win gold at the Pan Pacific Championships.
  • Here’s your guide to the teams and jersey numbers of Hoosiers in the NFL preseason.

HOOSIER SIGHTS

Tom Allen recaps Friday at fall camp:

HOOSIER SOUNDS

Former Hoosier star Kirk Haston joined the Morning Madness with Jim Coyle on Friday.  The audio with Haston starts at around 1:20.

TWEET OF THE DAY

Another great IU follow on Twitter, Pro Ball Hoosiers recaps the Thursday night performance of several Hoosiers in the NFL:

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]
 
  • Class of 2019 four-star guard James Bouknight announces his final five teams.
  • Breaking this afternoon — former IU target and five star Alabama guard Kira Lewis has decided to reclassify into the 2018 class and commit to Alabama.
  • New class of 2019 profile page:  Trendon Watford.
  • Still awaiting word on whether IU will get the fifth and final official visit allocated to class of 2019 four-star guard Anthony Harris.  Here’s a new video while you wait:

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