Dominique Booth signs financial aid agreement with Indiana, which doesn’t mean he’s committed

Dominique Booth, a four-star wide receiver from Pike High School in Indianapolis, posted on his Twitter account on Sunday photos of a financial aid tender agreement he had signed with Indiana. He clarified shortly thereafter that signing those papers do not mean that he is committed to Indiana.

Booth, who is also considering Missouri, is graduating high school in December and will enroll with whichever school he decides to attend in January. Booth posted that signing the financial aid agreement simply secures his spot in January if he chooses to take it. It is binding to the school, but not the athlete. There is a benefit to Indiana, however, because it allows the Hoosiers to have the full range of contact available with Booth during the upcoming dead period, which lasts until Jan. 15. The spring semester begins Jan. 13, so he will have to make the decision before it ends.