IU flips South Florida offensive tackle Grayson Stover

Indiana accepted its second commitment of the day on Wednesday night, this time flipping South Florida offensive tackle Grayson Stover, according to multiple reports.

Stover, a 6-foot-6, 300-pound prospect from Hudson, Fla., is considered a three-star prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. His flip for IU comes only a week after he gave a verbal pledge to South Florida. Stover was also briefly committed to Virginia last summer before decommitting in late July.

Stover is the fourth offensive lineman currently committed for 2016. He joins Lafayette Central Catholic tackle Coy Cronk, Manvel, Texas guard Mackenzie Nworah and Cincinnati lineman Ryan Smith.

Earlier Wednesday, IU accepted a commitment from three-star safety Brandon Drayton of Largo High School near Clearwater, Fla.


  1. Which just means he has ample opportunity to “flip” several more times between now and signing day. Sounds like a guy IU can really rely upon but then again, hopefully he is. If he turns out well, that’s Great. If he does flip again, So What?

  2. It is a different day in recruiting any more which is why Coach Wilson emphasis signing day. I would like to think when a player commits he sticks but not any more. He does have the size IU likes to have on the line and will gain weight in the next couple of years. The safety will give them depth to play the 4-2-5 and it is good to see higher rated recruits joining the team.

  3. Speaking of flips, maybe Stover and some of the OL recruits can move over to DL. Yeah, the OL mindset is certainly different from the DL personality, but it might be worth a try.

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