MUNCIE, Ind. — It was a busy week for Ball State football ahead of the June-July recruiting dead period.
Ball State's 2023 recruiting class saw 10 commitments come over the span of four days (June 23-26), bringing the total number of commits to 12.
The class includes three players each from Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio and one each from California, Missouri and Tennessee. It includes three offensive lineman, three defensive backs, two quarterbacks, a safety, a linebacker, a wide receiver and an athlete.
Of the commitments so far, two of them — Mission Viejo's Kadin Semonza (quarterback) and Hilliard Darby's Ben Marsh (linebacker) — are rated as three-star recruits, according to 247sports.