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New Hampton's Noah Fenske commits to Iowa

The Iowa Hawkeyes swarm as they take the field before a 2017 football game at Kinnick Stadium. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)
The Iowa Hawkeyes swarm as they take the field before a 2017 football game at Kinnick Stadium. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)

Iowa football picked up its fourth Class of 2019 commitment and its third 2019 offensive lineman from in-state.

New Hampton offensive lineman Noah Fenske tweeted Friday he has committed to the Hawkeyes.

“First off, I would like too (sic) thank my family, coaches, and friends for all the support that they have brought me,” Fenske wrote. “Secondly, I would like to thank all the coaches for inviting me to visit their programs. Lastly, I would like too (sic) thank God for blessing me with the opportunity ahead! With that being said I would like to announce that I will be furthering my academic and football career at the University of Iowa.”


Iowa is Fenske’s only FBS offer so far, according to 247 Sports. He also had offers from FCS North Dakota and South Dakota State.

Fenske, 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, led the way for a New Hampton offense that rushed for 1,808 yards during an 8-3 season in 2017. He also had 24 tackles, including four for loss and three sacks on defense.

247Sports has Fenske has a 3-star recruit. Rivals has not rated him.

Fenske joins Ridge View’s Ezra Miller and Norwalk’s Tyler Endres as in-state offensive linemen in Iowa’s 2019 class. Orion, Ill., tight end Logan Lee has also committed to the Hawkeyes.

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