Friday, April 06, 2018 10:50 pm
Former Snider star transferring to IU
DYLAN SINN | The Journal Gazette
Former Snider offensive lineman Zenden Dellinger is transferring to Indiana, he announced in a Twitter post Friday night.
Dellinger redshirted during his freshman year at Western Michigan in 2017 and will sit out the 2018 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Beginning in 2019, he'll have four years of eligibility remaining with the Hoosiers.
"Big thanks to Coach (Darren) Hiller and Coach (Tom) Allen for presenting me with this opportunity and believing in me," Dellinger wrote. "This was a no brainer so I jumped at this. I'm excited to start the new journey and I CANT WAIT to be a Hoosier."
Dellinger, a 6-foot-7, 320-pound lineman, was the No. 13 recruit in Indiana in the class of 2016, per Scout.com and led Snider to the 2015 5A state title.