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The Hawkeyes made a significant addition to their special teams unit on Friday.
Michael Sleep-Dalton, a graduate transfer punter out of Arizona State, announced he was committing to Iowa via Twitter. The Australian native is receiving a scholarship.
A 2016 junior college recruit, Sleep-Dalton punted for City College of San Francisco before committing to the Sun Devils as the country's No. 1 juco punter, according to the 247Sports Composite.
After redshirting his first year, Sleep-Dalton started the past two seasons at ASU. He averaged 39.9 yards per punt as a redshirt sophomore with nine punts of 50 yards or more, and he averaged 43.8 yards per punt last year with 10 punts of 50-plus yards.
Sleep-Dalton will compete against current starter Colten Rastetter and Ryan Gersonde for the Hawkeyes' punting duties.
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