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Arizona State transfer DL Robby Harrison commits to Indiana football program



The Indiana football program lands another transfer commit, this time from Arizona State defensive lineman Robby Harrison. (@Robbyharrison12 / Twitter)

The Indiana football program continues its hot streak in the transfer portal with a commitment from Robby Harrison. Harrison was a transfer defensive lineman from Arizona State.

The 6-foot-4, 325-pound lineman had offers from Indiana and other programs like West Virginia, Cincinnati, Kansas, USF, Memphis, Marshall, SMU and others since entering the portal.

Harrison played in three games in 2022 and kept his redshirt season intact.

Harrison was part of the 2022 recruiting class and was a three-star prospect. He was ranked the No. 171 overall defensive lineman in the class in the 247Sports composite rankings. Out of high school, he had offers from Indiana, Michigan, Cincinnati, Minnesota, Washington State and others.

Harrison joins the Indiana football program as someone with a ‘high ceiling’, says his former defensive coach at ASU.

“I’m telling you, his ceiling is so high,” Robert Rodriguez said. “He’s such a good kid, and he’s naturally tough … But the guys love him, they think he’s gonna be really special. I do too. I think he’s got a bright future.

“He’s gonna be just fine. You’re gonna love him on game day because he’s gonna run through a wall and won’t think twice about it. Not a lot of ego, a lot of potential. Good stuff (from Robby thus far).”

Robby Harrison joins three other transfers in the last week and five total commitments overall in the last few days.

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Alec Lasley is the owner of Hoosier Illustrated, a comprehensive site covering news, updates and recruiting for Indiana University athletics. Alec has covered Indiana for six years and is a credentialed media member. He has previously worked for both Rivals and 247Sports.