Quarterback Nate Sudfeld (Modesto Christian, Calif.), an early commitment to Arizona, has committed to Indiana and will sign with the Hoosiers.
Sudfeld took an official visit to Indiana two weeks ago and was scheduled to trip to Arizona State this coming week. He was originally set to visit UCLA this week but the Bruins picked up a commitment from signal caller T.J Millweard and cancled the visit.
“I loved my visit to Indiana,” Sudfeld said. “The main thing with the Hoosiers was I had a relationship with Coach [Seth] Littrell, the new offensive coordinator there. He was the OC at Arizona and was the coach who was recruiting me before I committed there.
“I really like Coach [Kevin] Wilson too, the whole staff was great with me. That staff has a winning pedigree and I want to be a part of something special. Indiana is a great University and has the combination of academics and football I was looking for and it’s a cool college town as well so I’m really excited about my decision.”
Sudfeld, the No. 14 signal caller in the nation, is a nice late season pickup for the Hoosiers. He had a big senior year throwing for 2,390 yards and 29 touchdowns.