A little less than two weeks after decommitting from Tennessee, Mo Burnam has a found a new home.
Mo Burnam, a Class of 2017 3-star linebacker from Conyers, Ga., verbally committed to Indiana on Sunday. He was heavily favored to commit to the Hoosiers after taking an official visit to Indiana on Dec. 9 and decommitting from the Volunteers three days later.
— RUN D.M.B (@dburnam1) December 25, 2016
Burnam is rated as the 40th-best linebacker in nation, according to 247Sports, and becomes the 18th member of the Indiana 2017 recruiting class. He’s also the third linebacker in the Hoosiers’ class, joining 3-star linebacker Mike McGinnis and 2-star linebacker Thomas Allen.
Burnam’s fellow Hoosiers commits didn’t waste any time welcoming him into the ranks of Indiana.
— Britt Beery (@Brittbeery88) December 25, 2016
Burnam picked Indiana over Louisville and West Virginia, and also fielded scholarship offers from Oregon, Florida State and North Carolina. He also has an official visit to Louisville scheduled for January.