Forisse Hardin recently cut his list of college options down to two, Kentucky and Indiana. When we last spoke with him, he hadn't made his decision, but now the call has been made.
Flo was debating between the home-state Wildcats and the Indiana Hoosiers. But Hardin went with what felt best and made a decision.
Hardin chose the Indiana Hoosiers.
“At Indiana they are building new facilities. They weight room is getting bigger. The academics at Indiana, I really like that,” Hardin told Scout Kentucky Preps earlier this week. “You don’t’ have to get on a bus to go to class. It’s all by the football field,” he continued.
Flo is a hard hitting, run-support safety who can also make plays on the ball in the air.
“My strengths are tackling and getting to the ball,” said Hardin. Even with Hardin already having exceptional speed for a safety, he still feels he can improve on it. “I’d like to improve my speed. I also want to get better at catching the ball,” he continued.
Flo's older brother, Drew Hardin will be a freshman receiver at Indiana this year.
Flo Hardin is Scout Kentucky Preps number nine player in the state for the end of spring rankings.