H-M-S lineman Brett Waechter has verbally committed to play at Iowa. (Photo Courtesy Rivals.com)
HARTLEY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Hartley-Melvin -Sanborn lineman Brett Waechter has made a verbal commitment to play football for the Iowa Hawkeyes.
The senior to be missed most of his junior season with a shoulder injury and was also recruited by Iowa State, Nebraska and South Dakota. Waechter announced on Twitter that he was offered a scholarship by the Hawkeyes on Tuesday and accepted on Wednesday.
The 6'6", 250-pounder is Iowa's fourth line recruit from Northwest Iowa, joining the Paulsen twins from Woodbury Central and Jake Newborg from West Lyon.
Brett is the son of H-M-S Head Coach Steve Waechter.
Tuesday, July 29 2014 2:25 PM EDT2014-07-29 18:25:11 GMT
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