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Indiana senior DB Jonathan Crawford signs with the Tennessee Titans. After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, Jonathan Crawford lands on a professional roster as an undrafted free agent. The 6-foot-2 senior from Largo, Florida became the first Hoosiers to start 50 games throughout his career.
During his career at Indiana University, Jonathan Crawford made 275 tackles (182 of which were solo tackles), 2 sacks, and had 19 takeaways. Last year Crawford opened the season with his fifth career multi-takeaway game where he forced a fumble and record a pick-six against Florida International University. He started all 12 games and served as a 12-time game captain in his final year with the Hoosiers.
Indiana teammate Wes Martin was the only Hoosier to be selected in the NFL draft. Martin was picked up in the fourth round by the Washington Redskins. Teammates LS Dan Godsil and OL Brandon Knight quickly followed by joining the Tampa Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys respectively.