BREAKING: Iowa State lands Michigan offensive line transfer
Iowa State has bolstered its 2017 offensive line with a grad transfer.
Iowa State bolstered its 2017 offensive line Sunday with the addition of immediately eligible Michigan graduate transfer David Dawson.
The 6-foot-4, 325-pound Dawson appeared in six games at left guard for the Wolverines in 2015 and and moved around in 2016, including a stint at defensive tackle against Rutgers. Out of Cass Tech in Detroit (Mich.) in the 2013 recruiting class, Dawson was a four-star prospect, ranked as the No. 95 overall player in the country and the fourth-best guard.
Iowa State desperately needed a veteran to bridge the gap to 2018 on the interior after graduating the likes of Brian Bobek and Patrick Scoggins following the 2016 season. Dawson will have a chance to fill that void in 2017.
He has one remaining year of eligibility and is immediately eligible in 2017.
Check back to CycloneAlert for more on Dawson's commitment.
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