Cincinnati (Ohio) Winton Woods class of 2015 offensive tackle Noah Listermann made the trip to Indiana this weekend for Junior Day, and came away with his second offer of the process.
"I talked to Coach [Kevin] Wilson at junior day and they said they were offering me, but I wasn't sure if that meant they were offering me now or they planned to," Listermann said.
Indiana's head coach followed up with Listermann on Monday, making an in-school visit with the three-star prospect and confirming that the offer was, indeed, official. It comes after Indiana coaches were in to see one of his games this past season.
"He was at the Thurgood game and said he liked me there, but they didn't go deep into what [prompted the offer]," Listermann said.
The junior day gave the 6-foot-7, 270-pound Listermann a first-hand look at the Indiana program.
"We didn't really go around the campus, we were just around the academic facilities and the weight room," Listermann said. "That part was really nice, and I liked the whole place a lot. It has a nice, homey, friendly environment to it."
The offer from Indiana is Listermann's second of the process. He picked up his first offer during the season from Cincinnati. Other schools could be close to joining that list.
"My coach told me that Toledo and Appalachian State are going to offer," Listermann said. "I heard from Coach [Tom] Manning at Toledo that they want to offer, but I never got to go out to their junior day to talk to them about that again. [Ohio State's] Coach [Kerry] Coombs came by and said he was real interested in me. He said he wants me to come to camp and work out."
The next college visit Listermann has planned is to Notre Dame in March, but he could set additional junior day visits before then.
Josh Helmholdt is the Midwest Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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