COLUMBUS - One of the nation's top high school quarterbacks is having second thoughts about his decision to commit to Indiana University.
The Indianapolis Star reports that Gunner Kiel told Hoosiers coach Kevin Wilson on Thursday night that he was rescinding his commitment to Indiana and would visit other schools.
Kiel's father, Kip Kiel, told the newspaper Friday that his 6-4, 220-pound son is "re-evaluating commitment to Indiana." He says his son hasn't ruled out Indiana but is "going to take some other visits and just open things up."
The five-star quarterback from Columbus East had committed to Indiana in July.
Kiel's brother Dusty is a redshirt sophomore at Indiana and could be in the mix for the starting job this fall. Another brother, Drew, plays quarterback at Illinois State.
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