IOWA CITY, Iowa - New Hampton offensive lineman Noah Fenske wasted little time in deciding that he wanted to be a Hawkeye.
Fenske receiving a scholarship offer from Iowa during a visit in February and the 2019 prospect committed to Iowa on Friday night.
"It's the best feeling I've ever had," Fenske said. "(Between) the coaches, the fans and the players I just couldn't pass up what they had to offer."
Fenske was eager to commit right after receiving the offer, but he had to tie up some loose ends beforehand.
"I couldn't wait," Fenske said. "I wanted to (commit) two weeks ago but I had to check academcis first. It all checked out so I committed."
The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Fenske is the third offensive lineman and fourth player overall to commit to Iowa's 2019 class.
The other commits are Holstein offensive lineman Ezra Miller, Norwalk offensive lineman Tyler Endres and Orion, Ill. tight end Logan Lee.