Class of 2019 Quarterback Commits to Iowa

June 14, 2018

Written by Jon Miller

Alex Padilla, a 6-1/190 signal caller from Englewood (Cherry Creek), Colorado, verbally committed to Iowa on Thursday.

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247Sports rates him as a three-star prospect, and he had offers from several non-Power Five FBS teams, but Iowa was his lone, known Power Five offer.

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Padilla threw for 40 touchdown passes in 2017, which ties for the 8th best single season total in Colorado high school history. He threw for over 2,600 yards and completed nearly 68% of his passes as a junior. Here are his Hudl highlights from his junior season:

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