Iowa kicker Keith Duncan pens heartfelt goodbye to Hawkeyes
Iowa kicker Keith Duncan has released a goodbye statement to the fans of the Hawkeyes after being part of the program for the last five years.
He put a few photos in a tweet before the goodbye message on his personal Twitter account:
— Keith Duncan (@keithdunc3) December 28, 2020
Duncan is second all-time at Iowa in field goals made with 52 as that only trails Nate Kaeding with 67. Kaeding kicked for the Hawkeyes from 2000-2003.
Duncan also has an overall field goal percentage of 82.5% and is third all-time in total points for Iowa kickers with 252. That also trails Kaeding, but in second place is Kyle Schlicher with 257.
His best season as the placekicker came during 2019 when he made all 32 of his extra-point attempts and went 29-for-34 from field goal range. That percentage totaled to 85.3% for field goals.
For 2020, Duncan made 26 of 27 extra points and was 14-for-18 from field goal range.
It remains to be seen whether or not he’ll get a shot to be an NFL kicker.