Indiana football received a commitment from 2024 three-star quarterback Alberto Mendoza on Monday. He announced his commitment via X/Twitter.
Mendoza originally committed to James Madison but decommitted after Curt Cignetti left the program to take over as head coach for Indiana football.
The Miami native will follow Cignetti to Bloomington and join the program for the 2024 season. His commitment comes after visiting last weekend.
Mendoza is a two-time Florida State Champion and was named the 2022 Florida Dairy Farmers 4M Player of the Year after leading his team to a 14-1 record while throwing for 2,825 passing yards, 35 touchdowns and 8 interceptions.
He is the younger brother of Cal quarterback Fernando Mendoza, who started six games for the Golden Bears in 2023.
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound quarterback also held offers from James Madison, Florida Atlantic, Appalachian State and many more.
Mendoza is one of the first players to commit to playing for Cignetti and Indiana football as the new coach builds his roster.
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