Australian punters are the college football oddity that we all love to know. The big boot Aussies have kicked their way into our collective hearts over the last few years, and that special teams invasion is a trend that you can fully expect to continue. And, Iowa State is ready to reap the benefits. The Cyclones need a punter to replace Colin Downing, and while Dunn doesn’t quite have as incredible of a punter name as Downing does, he’s a solid get and will contribute in a huge way for Iowa State.
— Alex Halsted (@AlexHalsted) April 28, 2017
THE DUNN FILE
|Name||Hometown||Position||Position Rank||Star Rating|
|Corey Dunn||Numurkah, AU||Punter||NR||NR|
Dunn is the fourth player in Iowa State’s 2018 recruiting class, a class that sits at 59th in the country and 9th in the Big 12 right now. Iowa State was his only offer, but don’t be fooled, he’s a very solid punter. He spent his last season at the City College of San Francisco, where he averaged 40.1 yards per punt, on 33 attempts.
He has a very big leg. Big enough to launch a 64-yarder last season. However, with that big leg comes some very understandable accuracy issues, and a year of learning from Colin Downing should go a very long way for his development.