IU’s Big Ten Media Day representatives revealed #iufb

Indiana will take a pair of offensive linemen and one linebacker to this month’s Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.

The conference announced Thursday that All-American guard Dan Feeney, tackle Dimitric Camiel and linebacker Marcus Oliver will represent the Hoosiers. The two-day event will begin on Monday, July 25 with representatives from Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State, Purdue and Rutgers.

Indiana will be featured along with Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin on Tuesday, July 26. The Big Ten will also hold its annual Kickoff Luncheon that day, featuring speeches from commissioner Jim Delaney, Tournament of Roses president Brad Ratliff and Wisconsin running back Dare Ogunbowale.

Follow along after the jump for the full list of player attendees.

EAST DIVISION
INDIANA

Dimitric Camiel, Sr., OL
Dan Feeney, Sr., OL
Marcus Oliver, Jr., LB

MARYLAND
William Likely, Sr., DB
Jermaine Carter, Jr., LB
Michael Dunn, Sr., OL

MICHIGAN
Jake Butt, Sr., TE
Amara Darboh, Sr., WR
Jourdan Lewis, Sr., CB

MICHIGAN STATE
Riley Bullough, Sr., LB
Josiah Price, Sr., TE
R.J. Shelton, Sr., WR

OHIO STATE
J.T. Barrett, Jr., QB
Pat Elflein, Sr., C
Raekwon McMillan, Jr., LB

PENN STATE
Brandon Bell, Sr., LB
Brian Gaia, Sr., C
Nyeem Wartman-White, Sr., LB

RUTGERS
Darius Hamilton, Sr., DT
Andre Patton, Sr., WR
Julian Pinnix-Odrick, Sr., DL

WEST DIVISION
ILLINOIS

Wes Lunt, Sr., QB
Dawuane Smoot, Sr., DE
Ke’Shawn Vaughn, So., RB

IOWA
C.J. Beathard, Sr., QB
Josey Jewell, Jr., LB
Desmond King, Sr., DB

MINNESOTA
Mitch Leidner, Sr., QB
Jack Lynn, Sr., LB
Damarius Travis, Sr., S

NEBRASKA
Tommy Armstrong Jr., Sr., QB
Josh Banderas, Sr., LB
Jordan Westerkamp, Sr., WR

NORTHWESTERN
Matthew Harris, Sr., CB
Justin Jackson, Jr., RB
Anthony Walker Jr., Jr., LB

PURDUE
Ja’Whaun Bentley, Jr., LB
Jake Replogle, Sr., DT
DeAngelo Yancey, Sr., WR

WISCONSIN
Vince Biegel, Sr., LB
Dare Ogunbowale, Sr., RB
Sojourn Shelton, Sr., CB

One comment

  1. These are three good players to represent IU. Having two OL shows were the strength is on the team right now. Hopefully the OL will allow a wide open offense this year with many different players catching passes or running the ball so defenses have to work very hard to stop our offense. The defense has some work to do and this year may show they have improved a good amount. Having a decent defense would give other teams a new headache when preparing for IU.

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