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Quick Hits: 2020 Week 2

Brownsburg high took to the national stage on ESPN’s networks in the Indiana vs Ohio showdown, taking on perennial power St. Xavier high school out of Cincinnati. In a game featuring FBS Power-Five recruits, it was Brownsburg’s senior wideout Luke Lacey who stole the show. Lacey led the no.3 ranked Bulldogs to victory with his … Continue reading

INPreps Week 3: Game of the Week

Conference play begins Friday for most teams across the state. For some, it means positioning themselves to make a run at a league title. In tough conferences like the MIC and Hoosier Crossroads, a win Friday could mean more in about eight weeks. Rivalry week continues, with the always tough battle between Bishop Chatard and … Continue reading

INPreps Week 8: Indiana Takes Center Stage On National TV

Pike vs Carmel football game this Friday will be showcased on national TV by the folks at ESPN. The players with the spotlight on them will be Pike’s WR Dominique Booth a Tennessee Commit and Carmel’s WR Austin Roberts a UCLA commit. We anticipate other players to reap the benefits of playing on a national stage. This … Continue reading

INPreps Week 4 Game of the Week

The MIC is the SEC of Indiana high school football, period. The conference features 4 teams ranked in the top 5 of our INPreps Top 25 and 6 of the 8 conference teams represented. We have been told that a large number of college coaches are in town to witness the matchups and checkout all the … Continue reading

Pike’s Brent Lyles heads our 2013 QB Rankings

Indianapolis Pike High School Quarterback Brent Lyles is poised to return to top prospect status. After an awesome debut as a sophomore, Lyles found himself on most college recruiting big boards. Heading into the 2012 season, Lyles was considered one of the top quarterback prospects in the Midwest. After a somewhat average 2012 season, the … Continue reading

It’s SEC Heavy for Five-Star WR Dominique Booth

Indianapolis Pike (IN) 2014 WR Dominique Booth narrowed his list to four on Monday with Alabama, Tennessee, Florida State and Vanderbilt making the cut. We expect decision day for the junior will be made soon. We believe that Tennessee is the team to beat for Booth’s services.