Indiana made waves this week, becoming the first offer for several young Midwestern prospects they had a chance to see at camp.
One of them was Bishop Luers sophomore to be Austin Mack, a 6'2, 200-pound wide receiver who has consistently impressed early in his career.
"I'm feeling great," he said of the offer. "It was a great opportunity for me to just go to Indiana and show out. Having them give me an offer in town, it's only three hours away, I love the campus. I'm about to take a visit in a couple months."
Over the next couple of weeks, Mack will be able to get in front of a couple other schools as he looks to continue to improve his game and catch the eye of coaches.
"Michigan State next Wednesday, other than that, I might go down to Tennessee, and then we have Florida for nationals next weekend."
That trip to the Sunshine State will come with his AWP squad. His training with the Fort Wayne based organization is something he credits with his precocious early development.
"It has helped a lot," he explained. "My chemistry and craft as a wide receiver was grown a lot especially with my wide receivers coach Dre Muhammad trained me to be a play-maker, it's a great thing to get into and I enjoy it a lot."