ROYAL CENTER, Ind. (WLFI) — Jack Kiser is staying in-state for college.
The Pioneer senior announced his committment to play football at Notre Dame on Tuesday.
Recruited as a linebacker, Kiser picked the Fighting Irish over his other finalists Purdue, Iowa, Michigan State and Duke. He also received offers from Minnesota and Nebraska.
Interesting to note, Kiser's father ran track at Purdue and was also a volunter coach at Notre Dame from 1994-1995 according to Pharos-Tribune sports editor Beau Wicker.
As a junior, Kiser compiled 100 tackles and eight interceptions for Pioneer. Kiser also played quarterback. He rushed for 2,000 yards and 38 touchdowns and passed for 1,200 yards and 16 more scores in 2017 to help the Panthers win the Class A state championship
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