Grant Weatherford

(pictured: Grant Weatherford, a dynamic 6’1 190 WR, with incredible leaping ability and 350lb bench press.)

April 15 is a day that most Americans associate with IRS and Tax deadlines. To college hopefuls this day means something different.  Beginning last Monday, CFB coaches are allowed to visit their targets either at school, competition or workout. This gives them a chance to decide if  they should offer the kid, continue recruiting him and/or invite them to camp. For the class of 2015 athlete, this Spring Evaluation period validates if you’re being recruited.

Since that Monday, top BCS programs like Michigan State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M have made stops around the Hoosier state checking on talent. Most are notable prospects being looked at, but there are a few others that these CFB coaches should be paying attention to.

CLASS of 2015
WR Isaiah Callaway, Whiteland
OL Guerin Wagner, Ziosville
DL Mac Dutra, Tri-West
LB Garrett Lukens, South Bend St. Joseph
ATH Jailyn Harden, Ben Davis
DB Gabe Lakstins, Avon
WR Grant Weatherford, Hamilton Heights
LB Gabe Estes, New Palestine
RB Dorian Tate, Ben Davis
WR Weston Moore, Columbus North
DB Andre Randolph, Lawrence Central
QB Timmy Herrin, Terre Haute South
WR John Zloty, Martinsville
QB Bryce Stancombe, Bloomington South
ATH Trew Smith, Ben Davis
OG Ezra Followell, Columbus North
ATH Malik Higgins, Evansville Reitz
RB Tirone Young, Warren Central
DB Tyler Campbell, Columbus East
DB Jake Owens, Noblesville
TE Inoke Moala, Penn
ATH Alex Richardson, Bloomington North
FB Jefferson Hall, Speedway
QB Dominic Brown, Indian Creek
OL Kamran Beitvashahi, Bloomington South
DE Strand Barriclow, Lebanon
LB Vince Schnell, Elkhart Central
WR Justin Mourning, Shortridge
OL Cameron Miller, Columbus North
DL Darius Niuamoa, Hammond Martin
OL DeAdam Hall, Jeffersonville
DL Mason Wetzel, Castle

Kamran Beitvashahi

(6’4 285 RT Kamran Beitvashahi, Bloomington South will flat get after it.)