Hawkeyes Land First Commitment in 2021 Class

June 3, 2019

Written by Rob Howe

The Iowa coaching staff has been working hard filling out its 2020 recruiting class. While doing so, it got started on the following cycle.

Illinois offensive lineman Gennings Dunker announced on Sunday night that he was going the Hawkeyes. He became the first member of the Hawkeyes’ 21 class.

Dunker (6-5, 265) camped at Iowa on Sunday and picked up a scholarship offer, his first to date. He just completed his sophomore season at Lena (IL) Lena-Winslow High.

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The Hawkeyes landed a committed from Lena-Winslow defensive lineman Isaiah Bruce in the ’20 class.

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Here’s a look at Dunker’s sophomore highlights:

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