Indiana isn’t finished pursuing talent for what has become a pretty impressive wide receiver room.
According to a report by national 247Sport reporter Matt Zenitz, James Madison transfer wideout Elijah Sarratt will visit Indiana and South Carolina in the coming days.
Sarratt was named first-team all-Sun Belt Conference after catching a team-high 82 passes for 1,191 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore in 2023, helping James Madison finish 11-2. Over the Dukes’ final six games, Sarratt had over 100 receiving yards in five contests.
The 6-foot-2 Sarratt transferred to JMU after spending one season at Saint Francis (2022) where he had 42 receptions for 700 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns.
Sarratt should have two years of eligibility remaining.
Utah, Kansas State, Indiana, Wisconsin, Cal, Purdue and South Carolina are the Power Five schools that have offered Sarratt since entering the NCAA’s transfer portal.
Indiana currently has 10 scholarship receivers on its roster — Donaven McCulley, E.J. Williams Jr., Andison Coby, Ke’Shawn Williams, Miles Cross, Myles Price, Omar Cooper Jr., Kamryn Perry, Derrick Bohler, and Charlie Becker.
McCulley, Cross, Price and both Williams all have significant experience as starters.
Cam Camper and Jaquez Smith have entered the transfer portal without announcing a new destination.
The transfer portal closed on Jan. 2, but players can find a new school after the entry window closes.
To see all of Indiana’s transfer portal additions and losses to this point, GO HERE:
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