The Iowa Hawkeyes wrapped up their biggest recruiting weekend of the year on Sunday with roughly two dozen high level prospects in the class of 2023 making official visits to Iowa City over the last three days in what has become an annual tradition before the recruiting dead period sets in.

One such player was Indianapolis native Trevor Lauck. The 6’6” 285 pound Roncalli product had previously narrowed his list to a top two of Iowa and Michigan State. On Sunday evening, he became the first big prize of the weekend for the Iowa staff as he announced his commitment to the Hawkeyes.

Lauck is a huge pick up for Iowa in the class of 2023. A 4-star offensive tackle, Lauck is an absolute mauler in both the run and pass game. He’s a large human being who loves to impose his will on defenders. He has decent footwork and lateral quickness for a player of his size and uses that to stay in front of would-be pass rushers before using a combination of excellent leverage and overwhelming strength to physically dominant edge rushers. While his hand placement is ok, it’s the mean streak and willingness to finish through the whistle consistently that makes Lauck a virtual lock to be a fan favorite in Iowa City.

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