Indiana State has secured a commitment from one of the state’s top high school football players.
Center Grove’s Titus McCoy announced his commitment to the Sycamores on Sunday night. The 5-11, 190-pound McCoy helped lead Center Grove to a Class 6A state championship last season as he rushed for 1,912 yards and 28 touchdowns.
“First off I want to thank God for blessing me with the talents and abilities to put me in this position,” McCoy wrote on his Twitter account. “Thank you to the Center Grove community and also all the coaches that have developed me as a football player. Thank you coach (Mike) Sanford and the rest of the staff for believing in me. With that being said, I’m proud and excited to announce that I have officially committed to Indiana State University to further my academic and football career!”
McCoy, a three-year varsity standout at Center Grove, is considered a top contender for IndyStar Indiana Mr. Football going into the season.
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