Indiana hosted Southport High defensive end Dondaycee Millbrook for practice today and the 6'3, 240-pound junior to be says it was a good experience.
"It was cool. I liked the practice. I learned lot of things and I like the environment there."
Millbrook naturally had his eye on the defensive linemen during practice and it was no surprise that one of them caught his eye as top performer of the day.
"The freshman defensive lineman [Nate] Hoff. He's a beast."
At the moment, Millbrook is also hearing from Ball State and Purdue and says he had a chance to talk to the Indiana coaches today and begin a relationship with the Hoosiers.
"I talked to a couple of them. They said they like what I did [on film] and they were looking forward to me doing good things this season."
Millbrook knows he has one big improvement to make this year and is working hard during camp to do that.
"I feel like need to improve on staying low and stop thinking about a lot of stuff and just play the game. Other than that, I feel like I can be a game changer."