Cunningham went straight to junior college after high school in Warren, Ohio and spent two seasons in Fort Dodge, Iowa.

The 6-6, 300-pound, tackle is expected to compete for immediate playing time at left tackle on the Razorbacks’ heavily depleted offensive line in 2019.

Cunningham committed to Arkansas over offers from Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas and 12 other offers.

He’ll have two years to play two seasons and he’ll be graduating from Iowa Central this month and joining the team in December. Cunningham was one of the most sought-after JUCO offensive linemen this cycle. He’s the fifth highest ranked tackle according to come recruiting analysts.

Cunningham is now the Hogs’ fourth offensive line commit in the 2019 class, joining Beaux Limmer from Texas, Dylan Rathcke from Louisiana and Brady Latham from Oklahoma. He’s the 24th commit in the class that is currently 17th in the composite rankings and as high as 11th in others.