Iowa State graduates both of its specialists in 2017, and have inked commitments from two top-notch kickers who will most likely step into starting roles for the Cyclones in 2018.
Kicker Brayden Narveson – Arizona
Some people say kicking is an underwhelming recruiting position, but Iowa State got its future field-goal kicker for the next four years. Brayden Narveson has been committed to the Cyclones since April, and is ranked as the 13th best kicker in the entire country.
In his senior year, he made 10 of 15 kicks, including a 58-yarder, and had a tremendous kickoff average of 62.4 yards per kick.
Needless to say, this guy has quite the leg, and will step up into the starting role immediately for the 2018 season.
Punter Corey Dunn – CCSF (via Australia)
The Punter from Down Under Corey Dunn joins the Cyclone football program, and will be given every opportunity to continue the dominance of #PunterU, replacing the tremendous career of Colin Downing.
Although he may look 45 years old, Australian sources claim that Dunn is in fact 24. He has three years to play three, and sadly we don’t carry a video of the man with the abundant kicking apparatus. You will all have to wait until the fall.