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Posted On: 08/12/20 11:09 AM

Statistics don’t tell the whole story when it comes to evaluating a players ability to play in college, but they are a great way to measure a football players production and value to their team.  Here is a breakdown of the statistical leaders from Indiana’s 2021 class…

While passing for 3,168 yards / 43 TD’s and only 6 interceptions, Arnold was exceptional for South Adams last season.  The yardage and TD’s are obviously eye opening numbers, but his ability to protect the football was just as important, and a big reason his team went 12-1 on the season.  At 6’3" 195, he possesses the size that college coaches look for, and he has a big arm to match.  His ability to make all of the throws in the route tree really stands out when you turn on the film... This includes the deep out which many prospects struggle with, and can be a make or break throw when it comes to college recruitment.  Big strides in production were made from his sophomore to junior year, and although it would be nearly impossible to make the same statistical jump as a senior... I

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