2012: Indiana's Newest 3-Stars

2012: Indiana's Newest 3-Stars

The state of Indiana again has a handful of Division-1 talents next year. The 2012 class is particularly strong up front in the Hoosier State. Here is a look at the newest three-stars.

Sid Anvoots | OG | Indianapolis Bishop Chatard
Anvoots is a high school tackle, but we are expecting him to move to guard at the next level. He's a strong run blocker who finishes blocks and is simply a tough, dependable player.

Jonathan Burt | DE | Warren Central
He has a college ready body already and really turned it up a notch this season. He's starting to gain a lot of steam in his recruitment and should be adding offers very soon.

Sheldon Day | DT | Warren Central
Tough inside guy who plays with great motor. He comes hard, pursues and runs well, he just is a little light right now at 260-lbs. Still, he should be a multiple offer, BCS type kid.

Gehrig Dieter | WR | South Bend Washington
Dieter is a football player. He makes plays from nearly every position on the field. What will he play in college? I think that's the question most schools have to answer right now, but there is no questioning his toughness, feel for the game and knack for making big plays.

David Perkins | LB | South Bend Washington
Perkins had a big junior season. He's on the raw side, but has a great frame and upside. He showed his abilities as a running back, but we believe his potential is highest as an outside linebacker/edge rusher. Toledo and Ohio have offered and we think they won't be the last.

Josh Posley | DE | Warren Central

He had a great game when we saw them against Glenville and he continued that throughout the season. He's a relentless pass rusher who seems to always be in the backfield. He's quck off the ball and very disruptive.

Jonathan Reed | CB | Indianapolis Pike
He plays safety for Pike, but has the skill set to move to cornerback. Toledo has already offered him and he has numerous other schools showing interest.

Josh Smith | OG | Avon

Smith looks great on tape. He gets off the ball quickly, is athletic and gets after it. He can get into the second level and is comfortable in space. He has a lot of the tools you look for in a guard prospect and appears to be on the verge of earning his first offers.

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