For as long as he can remember, Drew Cook has wanted to be an Iowa football player.
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Given his track record, it’s fair to say that Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz is better at developing star offensive tackles than he is at signing them.
West Des Moines Dowling Catholic quarterback Ryan Boyle has traveled to Iowa City on numerous occasions, but his trip Monday brought with it a special reward.
Just because signing day has come and gone doesn’t mean the same for this weekly recruiting column.
I used to look forward to college football’s national signing day, but not as much anymore.
By Aaron Young – Indianola Record-Herald Since verbally committing to the University of Iowa football program eight months ago, Indianola senior lineman Keegan Render can finally exhale a sigh of accomplishment and relief — even with a broken left foot. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound elite all-state selection signed his national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes Wednesday […]
LA PORTE CITY, Ia. – Reading defenses is a snap for Jay Scheel. It’s reading between the lines that’s a problem. Scheel, a football standout for Union Community High School, verbally committed to Iowa more than a year ago, and was among 21 recruits to sign a national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes today. […]
Patience is an attribute shared by many great running backs, but Iowa recruit Markel Smith has taken it to a new level.
When it comes to recruiting, Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz rarely wins on paper.
BEVERLY HILLS, Mich. – Tyler Wiegers is an oxymoron in shoulder pads. Dan MacLean, his football coach at Country Day, calls him a hard worker with a great desire to become better. “He has no faults,” MacLean said of his 6-foot-4, 215-pound four-star quarterback, who will sign with Iowa today. “But if he had one, […]