Hawk-Item – – Joined Iowa program during spring semester, 2020, as a graduate transfer from Indiana.
2020 Honors – – Named to Outland Trophy preseason Watch List for second straight year . . . preseason third-team All-Big Ten by Pick Six Previews . . . 2020 – – Started first two games of the season before missing final six games due to injury . . . started at right tackle in 24-20 loss at Purdue at offense gained 460 yards total offense . . . started at right tackle in 21-20 loss to Northwestern..
2019 Honors – – Team captain . . . Outland Trophy Watch List . . . Senior Bowl Watch List . . . 2019 – – Suffered season-ending injury against Connecticut and missed remainder of season . . . started the first four games at left tackle.
2018 – – Started at left tackle in all 11 games in which he appeared . . . Indiana ranked second in the Big Ten and shared 24th nationally in first downs per game (23.5) . . . Indiana finished third in the conference (36th nationally) in passing offense (257.8) and tied for sixth in passing touchdowns (20) . . . IU offensive player of the week versus Virginia.
2017 – – Started all 12 games at left tackle . . . Indiana finished third in the Big Ten (35th nationally) in passing offense (265.7), and sixth in scoring offense (26.8) and total offense (395.8) . . . IU offensive player of the game versus Rutgers.
2016 Honors – – 247Sports True Freshman All-American . . . ESPN.com and BTN.com Big Ten All-Freshman team . . . 2016 – – Started all 13 games at left tackle, an Indiana true freshman record for an offensive lineman . . . IU ranked second in the Big Ten in passing offense (273.8) and third in total offense (426.0) . . . Devine Redding became the fourth Hoosier to record back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons and the first since 1990-91 . . . QB Richard Lagow statistics ranked second in passing yardage (3,362), third in attempts (438) and completions (253), and fourth in total offense (3,174) on Indiana’s single-season list.
High school honors – – Named Top 50 senior by Indiana Football Coaches Association . . . rated the No. 6 prospect in Indiana and the No. 53 offensive tackle nationally by ESPN . . . earned all-state honors on offense as a junior and senior after earning all-state as a linebacker as a sophomore . . . all-area Player of the Year as a senior . . . three-year all-conference selection . . . Career – – Four-year letterman as offensive lineman and linebacker . . . prep team posted 15-0 record and won state title as a senior . . . also earned state title as a freshman . . . first two-time captain in school history . . . led team in blocking percentage as a junior and senior . . . set career mark for tackles, leading the team in tackles for three straight seasons . . . also lettered four years in baseball . . . helped prep team win 2013 state title and to runner-up finish in 2015 . . . earned all-state honors (2015) and was two-time all-conference selection as a catcher (2014-15).
Personal – – Born 1/18/98 . . . education policy and leadership studies major . . . member of National Honor Society . . . parents are Karla and Nick Cronk . . . father coached under Bill Mallory at Indiana . . . grandfather played football at Illinois . . . high school coach was Kevin O’Shea.