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2024 wide receiver Charlie Becker commits to Indiana football

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The Indiana football program secured another 2024 commitment with the pledge from wide receiver Charlie Becker. Becker — a three-star wideout from Father Ryan (TN) — announced his commitment on Thursday night.

He visited Indiana this past weekend. He also took an unofficial visit to Indiana earlier in May. The Hoosiers offered Becker back in March.

Becker is ranked the No. 141 wide receiver in the 2024 247Sports Composite Rankings and the No. 36 overall player in Tennessee.

Becker is a 6-foot-3 and 200-pound athlete who had offers from Iowa, Northwestern, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Appalachian State, Troy, Eastern Kentucky and others.

He had a top six of Indiana, Iowa, Northwestern, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and Appalachian State.

As a junior, Becker totaled 54 catches, 697 yards and 16 touchdowns.

Becker becomes the 10th commitment in the 2024 recruiting class. He is the second prospect at the wide receiver position, alongside Javier Etheridge. This is Indiana’s fourth commitment of the week.

Photo Credit: Charlie Becker – @CharlieB_16 / Twitter

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Indiana football lands commitment from in-state running back Khobie Martin

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Three-star running back Khobie Martin announced his commitment to the Indiana football program on Friday morning. (Grace Hollars/IndyStar-USA TODAY NETWORK)

The Indiana football program landed an in-state commitment from three-star running back Khobie Martin on Friday morning.

The Fishers (Ind.) was originally committed to Miami (Oh.) before landing a scholarship offer from Tom Allen and the Indiana football staff last week.

Martin is coming off of a junior season in which he was named All-State, rushing for 1,194 yards and 16 touchdowns. He averaged 7.2 yards per carry. So far this season, Martin has rushed for 715 yards and 11 touchdowns in four games He’s averaging 7.9 yards a carry and 178.8 yards per game.

He had 285 yards and three touchdowns against rival-Hamilton Southeastern last week.

Before he committed to Miami, he had power five interest from Indiana, Iowa State, Boston College and Iowa showing increased interest. He had other offers from Indiana State, Austin Peay, Eastern Kentucky, Ball State and Illinois State.

Martin joins the 2024 Indiana football recruiting class that now has 15 commitments. Martin is the first running back pledge of the recruiting class for the Hoosiers.

SEE ALSO: ESPN analyst names Indiana football addition among most impressive transfers this season

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2024 running back prospect re-opens recruitment following Indiana football scholarship offer

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2024 in-state, three-star running back Khobie Martin has re-opened his recruitment after receiving an offer from the Indiana football program. (Hali Tauxe/IndyStar-USA TODAY NETWORK)

The Indiana football program could be close to landing another member of its 2024 recruiting class.

On Sunday, in-state three-star running back Khobie Martin re-opened his recruitment following an offer from the Indiana football program. Martin received an offer from the Hoosiers last week and it quickly made him re-think his next step.

Martin had been committed to Miami (Oh.) before the Indiana offer.

Before he committed to Miami, he had power five schools such as Indiana, Iowa State, Boston College and Iowa showing increased interest. He had other offers from Indiana State, Austin Peay, Eastern Kentucky, Ball State and Illinois State.

The Fishers (Ind.) back is coming off of a junior season in which he was named All-State, rushing for 1,194 yards and 16 touchdowns. He averaged 7.2 yards per carry.

Through four games this season, Martin is up to 715 yards and 11 touchdowns. He’s averaging 7.9 yards a carry and 178.8 yards per game.

He had 285 yards and three touchdowns against rival-Hamilton Southeastern last week.

The Indiana football program currently has 14 commits in the 2024 class. If Martin were to commit to Indiana, he would be the first running back pledge of the recruiting class.

SEE ALSO: ESPN analyst names Indiana football addition among most impressive transfers this season

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Indiana football adds transfer offensive lineman Drew Evans

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The Indiana football program added a late transfer in the recruiting cycle, bringing in Wisconsin offensive lineman Drew Evans. (Indiana Football / Twitter)

The Indiana football program added a late transfer as fall camp is underway as offensive lineman Drew Evans committed to the Hoosiers.

Evans is a 6-foot-4 and 300-pound lineman who transfers in from Wisconsin.

Evans was a preferred walk-on with the Badgers but will be on scholarship with Indiana, a source confirmed to HoosierIllustrated.com.

He follows offensive line coach Bob Bostad who is in his first season with the Indiana football program following a sting with Wisconsin.

“Bob (Bostad) has been a tremendous track record in our conference. I already feel like we’ve gotten better, certain things that he’s brought,” Indiana football head coach Tom Allen said at Big Ten Media Day. ” … Got several guys that play a lot of football at that position for us. I’m excited for that group to lead us on our way on offense.”

Evans was a three-sport athlete in high school at Fort Atkinson (Wisc.). He earned First-Team All-Conference honors as a senior.

Evans was part of the 2022 class and was rated the No. 35 overall player in the state in the 247Sports rankings.

As he entered his college career, Evans is projected as an interior offensive lineman.

SEE ALSO: Indiana Football Position Preview: Offensive Line

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