On Friday, Indiana football added a mammoth of a human being to its program.
Former Western Michigan tackle Zenden Dellinger — who was looking to transfer — found a home at Indiana and posted about his move on social media.
Big Z ➡️ The Bloom pic.twitter.com/8Cei4ZkeLs
— Zenden Dellinger (@That_Guy_Zenden) April 7, 2018
Dellinger is a 6-foot-7 offensive tackle who was rated as a 3-star recruit by 247Sports coming out of high school. He is from Fort Wayne, Ind. and was the No. 16-rated player in the state of Indiana for the Class of 2017.
He was at first committed to Cincinnati but then de-committed and gave his pledge to Western Michigan. He stuck with the Broncos for one season, but on March 28, he made a post on social media about pursuing opportunities with other teams.
Dellinger redshirted in 2017, so he has four years of eligibility left.