Just about a week after landing a verbal commitment from offensive lineman Danny Godlevske, the Miami RedHawks have added their second pledge of the 2016 recruiting cycle. Last night Lakota East (OH) tackle Dalton Strunk announced via his Twitter page that he will continue his education, and football career at Miami.
Choosing the RedHawks over scholarship offers from the likes of Western Michigan, and Georgia State, Strunk, a 6'6 265 pound, under-the-radar prospect is relieved to know exactly where he will play his college ball.
"The process isn't all rainbows, and butterflies." Strunk stated to Hustle Belt. "Honestly, I'm not a big flashy guy. I'm glad it's over, and I'm committed to the school that I couldn't be more proud to be a part of."
His future head coach Chuck Martin shares his excitement.
"Coach Martin said they were excited to get me in officially. He thinks I can be a big help in getting Miami back in the right direction."
A huge part of the Lakota East's success last season, Strunk helped lead the ThunderHawks to an overall record of 9-4, and was named First-Team All Greater Miami Conference.
Get a better feel for what Strunk will add to the RedHawks roster with these highlights, courtesy of Hudl: