Former 4-star CB leaving South Carolina for Indiana

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Former four-star cornerback Wesley Green has opted to leave South Carolina and will transfer to Indiana. The Hoosiers’ addition of Green was reported on the Twitter page of IU’s athletic department.

NEWS: #iufb adds CB Wesley Green – http://t.co/B0VFLyJhgT

— Indiana Football (@HoosierFootball) August 24, 2015

A former star at Georgia’s Martin Luther King High School, just outside of Atlanta, Green committed to South Carolina over his home state Georgia Bulldogs and took a redshirt last season. After the first week of training camp this summer, he left the program and will now head to an Indiana program that has been hurting for a jump-start for years. The Hoosiers have not made a bowl game since 2007, and have not won one since 1991. In four years under coach Kevin Wilson, IU is 14-34 (6-26 Big Ten) and has shown little hope of improving.

Green won’t be able to suit up in Bloomington until 2016, but he is a strong enough talent that he can add some much-needed energy and skill to the team’s secondary.

Indiana opens the 2015 season at home against the MVFC’s Southern Illinois Salukis on September 5.

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