Fryfogle had a chance to announce a draft NFL after it was named Big Ten Wide Receiver of the Year in the 2020 season, but decided to use his last year of college eligibility and return to his final season.
Fryfogle had 721 yards and seven touchdowns last season and led Indiana receivers in both classes, which included back-to-back matches at 200 yards against Michigan and Ohio. He was chosen for the first team All-Big Ten by the media and the second team All-Big Ten by the coaches.
While Fryfogle has now announced its intentions, Indiana’s second largest receiver, WhoopfiliorHe hasn’t announced what he intends to do yet. Villeore had the opportunity to leave for the NFL after the 2019 season, but he returned in 2020 with 495 yards and three touchdowns, leading the team in total receptions with 54.
The Hoosiers will also return to the middle Michael Penix Jr.. , Who tore up the ACL in the match against Maryland and did not play in the last three matches of the season. Prior to his injury, Pennix Jr. threw 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns, which resulted in Indiana scoring a 5—1 score in the six games they played, including a dramatic extra-time win in the season’s opening game against Pennsylvania.