Reports: Mister commits to Indiana

Per several reports, including this one from Peegs.com, Tommy Mister, a running back from St. Rita High School in Chicago, has committed to Indiana and become the 19th commitment for the 2014 class. Mister had previously committed to Iowa State and also had offers from Illinois, Kansas, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Wisconsin according to Rivals.com.

4 comments

  1. Went to the Prep Bowl on Black Friday with a friend and my boy but didn’t notice Mister in particular; what was noticeable was that the Rita OL handled Simeon’s DL pretty easily. St. Rita won 35-17, or something like that.

  2. Wow…to beat out Notre Dame, Wisconsin, and Mich St for Mister’s commitment says a lot about CW and his Offense – players are excited to play his fast-paced, high-scoring brand of Offensive football. Also, they are undoubtedly drawn by the significant emphasis on Defense in the 2014 recruiting class and, especially, the move to get a full-time D-Coordinator that can actually coach DEFENSE!

  3. Mister was being recruited by MSU for the defensive side of the ball, but his recruitment ended a while ago. It was a numbers game as MSU simply didn’t have room for him after having filled up the allotted spots for DB’s, LB’s, and RB’s.

    Is IU planning on playing him on offense? I ask because the MSU staff has done a very good job at identifying defensive talent, and that is an area IU could definitely use help.

    Good pick up for IU.

  4. Talent wins games and Indiana needs to win now and to win consistently for years to come. Keep the talent flowing in!

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