Big Ten football programs, not just IU and Purdue, are loading up on Indiana talent from the Class of 2016.
IndyStar Preps Insider Kyle Neddenriep gives you 15 of the top seniors in the state:
(listed in alphabetical order)
Toks Akinribade, Brownsburg: The Iowa running back commit has been a starter since his freshman season.
Noah Burks, Carmel: The 6-3, 215-pound outside linebacker has committed to Wisconsin.
Gerrid Doaks, Lawrence Central: The running back committed to Cincinnati in June.
Kiante Enis, Winchester: The Michigan commit rushed for nearly 3,200 yards as a junior.
Chris Evans, Ben Davis: The versatile running back is committed to Michigan.
Danny Godlevske, Bishop Chatard: The offensive line prospect has committed to Miami of Ohio.
Joshua Hayes, Pike: The cornerback prospect is committed to Purdue.
Austin Mack, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers: The state’s top receiving prospect committed to Ohio State in the spring.
Trent Maynard, Decatur Central: The offensive line prospect has been offered by Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Northwestern and more.
Collin Miller, Hamilton Southeastern: The outside linebacker prospect, who has 17 Division I offers, committed to Purdue.
Brandon Peters, Avon: The Michigan commit passed for 1,876 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior.
Auston Robertson, Fort Wayne Wayne: The 6-5, 260-pound defensive end has committed to Michigan State.
Ben Skowronek, Homestead: The 6-3 receiver is committed to Northwestern.
Aidan Smith, Fort Wayne Carroll: The 6-2 quarterback is committed to Northwestern.
Jovan Swann, Center Grove: The big defensive tackle has offers from a number of programs, including Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern, Purdue and more.