Largo's Adarius Rayner switches from Colorado State to Indiana



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Mon. January 31, 2011 | Bob Putnam | Email

Largo defensive lineman Adarius Rayner committed to Indiana University this past weekend, Packers coach Rick Rodriguez said.

Rayner had committed to Colorado State in October but made a late switch to Indiana after taking a recruiting trip there over the weekend. Rayner was recruited by former Clearwater and FSU standout Greg Frey, who joined the Hoosiers' coaching staff on Jan. 13 after spending the past three seasons as Michigan's offensive line coach.

Last season, Rayner was a first-team, all-county selection after registering 40 tackles and 10 sacks, including a school record five against Boca Ciega in October.

Indiana has made a big push to get commitments from Florida recruits. Last week, the Hoosiers also landed Plant defensive lineman Bobby Richardson.

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