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Hawkeyes flip commitments, gain three recruits

Iowa flipped the commitments of one of Florida's top prep running backs and two defenders once pledged to other programs on Monday, adding their names to the list of football recruits expected to sign on Wednesday.

Kyshaun Bryan, a running back from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, joined Trey Creamer, a cornerback from Georgia Class AAAA state champion Cartersville, and Iowa City High athlete Nate Wieland in announcing commitments to the Hawkeyes on social media.

Bryan had initially committed to South Carolina but ultimately selected Iowa over an offer from Pittsburgh and late interest from Miami (Fla.)

Creamer had announced a commitment to Minnesota in October but selected Iowa on Monday evening over offers from the Golden Gophers, Rutgers and Colorado State, while Wieland committed to Northern Illinois as a quarterback last summer but will begin his career with the Hawkeyes at linebacker.



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