Iowa has received their 25th commitment in the class of 2016. In-state defensive back Noah Clayberg of Pella, Iowa has committed to the Hawkeyes he announced on Twitter.
Head coach Kirk Ferentz was at his school earlier in the week and extended him a gray-shirt opportunity. Clayberg was also considering a full-ride scholarship from FCS program South Dakota.
The Hawkeyes are recruiting Clayberg to play safety but he also excels as a running back for his high school team. He joins high school teammate Austin Schulte in Iowa City.
Clayberg will not be allowed to participate with the football team until January of 2017. He will have to train and prepare on his own until that time. The Pella native becomes a scholarship player after the 2016 Iowa Hawkeyes season.
You can read Clayberg's reaction to his gray-shirt offer from Iowa HERE.