Hoosier Morning

Junior college transfer quarterback Richard Lagow continues to progress, making him the frontrunner to start for Indiana, Mike writes.

A planned autograph signing by IU Olympian and gold medalist Lilly King at an Evansville Otters got nixed by NCAA rules, Daniel Allar of the Evansville Courier&Press writes.

But while King can’t sign an autograph, she can receive $25,000 from the USOC for her gold medal, as explained by Patrick Hruby of vice.com.

Former Hoosier Darius Latham is among the top five undrafted free agents to keep an eye on in the NFL, John Breitenbach of Pro Football Focus writes.

IU offensive guard Dan Feeney is among the top NFL draft prospects on the offensive line, Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus writes.

There’s no reason not to trust Kevin Wilson when it comes to picking a quarterback for the Hoosiers, Andrew Hussey of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Indiana center Thomas Bryant was one of the top 10 performers at the Adidas Nations Camp this summer, although returning to school appears to be a wise decision, Julian Applebome of DraftExpress.com writes.

Also from Adidas Nations, a video interview with OG Anunoby by DraftExpress that is typically and delightfully awkward, posted via Inside the Hall.

The start of the IU men’s soccer season is Friday, and it can’t come soon enough for preseason All-American Grant Lillard and company, Terry Hutchens writes for the Anderson Herald-Bulletin.

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