Iowa State has landed its second quarterback for the 2020 recruiting cycle.
West Sioux signal-caller Hunter Dekkers announced his pledge to the program on Sunday. The 6-foot-2, 223-pound three-star prospect made his commitment public via his Twitter account.
— Hunter Dekkers (@hunterdekkers) June 23, 2019
Dekkers, who will participate in the Elite 11 Finals in Frisco, Texas late next week, chose the Cyclones over offers from Kansas State, Purdue, Indiana, Central Michigan and a few FCS programs. He is rated as the No. 31 dual-threat quarterback in the country by 247Composite.
Dekkers threw for 3,641 yards and 48 touchdowns last season while adding 574 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground. He joins Buffalo, Minn. quarterback Aidan Bouman as quarterbacks in the class and is the Cyclones’ 10th commitment overall.
The Cyclones’ class is currently considered the No. 46 class in the country and No. 7 class in the Big 12.