Ben VanSumeren commits to Iowa: 3-star LB/TE picks Hawkeyes


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Iowa football added to its 2018 commitment class on Friday: LB/TE Ben VanSumeren.

The recruit, from Essexville, Mich., announced his decision on Twitter. In a video, VanSumeren put on a Hawkeyes hat.

Iowa football: Ben VanSumeren commits to Hawkeyes

VanSumeren is listed at 6-foot-3 and 228 pounds. The 2018 recruit is a 3-star prospect and is rated as an athlete. Van Sumeren is a former Western Michigan commit, though he also had more offers from other MAC schools, Missouri, Iowa State and others. He picked up an offer from Iowa on October 5.

He also put up big numbers at the Nike Opening in Cleveland, posting a 127.74 rating. That included a 4.76 40 time. VanSumeren visited Iowa last month and his now the Hawkeyes’ newest commit.

VanSumeren is Iowa’s 14th commitment for 2018.

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