Iowa secured a verbal commitment from Florida center Michael Myslinski on Saturday. The former Texas pledge announced his decision on social media.
Myslinski (6-2 1/2, 290) chose the Hawkeyes ahead of reported offers from the Longhorns, Michigan State, Maryland, Arkansas, Duke, Florida State, Illinois, Missouri, Oregon, Louisville and others. He became the 18th member of Iowa's 2021 recruiting class, the first 17 of which signed letters of intent last month.
The late signing period begins in Feb. 3.
The Hawkeyes extended a scholarship offer to Myslinski last spring. He spoke to HN back then about the opportunity.
“I was ecstatic when Iowa offered me a scholarship,” he told us in late March. “Iowa is an amazing program and known for producing the best offensive lineman in the country. From talking to all the coaches and talking to other players who’ve committed there, it seems like a real family environment, which is important to me.”
Rivals and 247Sports rank Myslinski as a three-star prospect. The latter sees him as the No. 13 center national in the cycle and the 107th best player overall in Florida for '21.
Here are Myslinski's senior highlights: