Dunbar's Landers Commits to Play Football at Purdue
DAYTON -- In his senior year Terrance Landers caught 39 passes for 919 yards and 12 touchdowns in a season in which Dunbar battled through a lot of injuries and teams tried to key on Landers.
Wednesday (January 6, 2016) Landers committed to play football at Purdue.
The wide receiver didn't want to play football early in his high school career, Landers instead was focused on basketball.
Originally he committed to Bowling Green but when head coach Dino Babers left the Falcons to become the next head coach at Syracuse Landers reopened his recruitment.