Three-star Florida corner Quran Hafiz announced his commitment to Indiana on Monday, which now has 18 players committed to its 2017 recruiting class.
Of that bunch, 12 are projected to land on defense upon their arrivals in Bloomington.
That includes Hafiz, who also took an official visit to Minnesota the weekend of Sept. 2.
“After long thought and consideration I finally made my final decision,” Hafiz wrote in a message posted to his Twitter account Monday night. “It was truly a great experience going through the recruiting process and I’m blessed I was able to do it. I want to thank all the schools (and) coaches who offered me to play football for them! This game brought so many opportunities in my life and I can’t be more thankful. I prayed on this a lot and God sent me the right signs to make this decision.”
Hafiz signed and sent his financial aid documents to Indiana and said he plans to enroll in time for the spring semester.
The Jacksonville native is considered the No. 86 cornerback in the 2017 class and the No. 119 player in the state of Florida. Oregon State, Duke, Purdue, N.C. State, Temple and Virginia Tech were among the many to offer Hafiz, who originally committed to Iowa State this past summer.
He joins three-star Georgia prospect LaDamion Hunt as the second corner in the class.