iowa hawkeyes football recruiting

Winnetka (Ill.) New Trier OL David Davidkov. Colby committed to Iowa last spring, and was a huge get for the Hawkeyes in the 2021 class with plenty of competition. He’s quick. The Hawkeyes saw him at the same school as 2020 commit Isaiah Bruce, got him in camp, offered, and he basically accepted on the spot. 2 for a pick. A little bit raw in pass protection. "A lot of people say Iowa doesn't throw the ball like that, but if you look at the stats from this past season, it's a lot more than usual," Bruce IV said on Zoom Talk. The Official Athletic Site of the Iowa Hawkeyes, partner of WMT Digital. - 247Sports' Allen Trieu, The speed and physicality jumps off the screen right away. - 247Sports' Allen Trieu. Height and length wise, is in-between as far as tackle or guard at the next level. Brecksville-Broadview Heights (Ohio) QB Joey Labas. A swing guy who could play tackle or guard in college. Nebraska made a strong push, but the Hawkeyes prevailed in the end. - 247Sports Director of Scouting Barton Simmons. Good overall body control and ability to adjust to the football. - Urbandale head coach Sam Anderson. Bends well, gets off the ball quickly and blocks to the whistle. He’s got something you can’t teach. The Iowa Hawkeyes have done a solid job recruiting for the Class of 2021. Work ethic, toughness, natural athleticism all suggest he will be a reliable college player, multi-year starter at the Power 5 level and had a good opportunity to play beyond college." I feel like Coach Copeland has started this new wave of Iowa receivers being drafted instead of just being known for tight ends, running backs, and defensive players.". Scouting Report: "Bowie has a longer frame, but is pretty filled in for a junior at 245 pounds. Plays with a physical edge and shows some nastiness as a blocker. Explosive as a leaper. Things came down to Iowa and Iowa State, but Brecht chose the Hawkeyes also plans on … He does a nice job with his hands as well. Uses strength to out-muscle defenders for the ball and is also tough to bring down after the catch. He could do a little bit of everything in college. He is also a disciplined player. Should be a size mismatch and red-zone weapon at a Power 5 program." Iowa offered Labas before the trip, and then Labas flipped to the Hawkeyes about a week and a half later after the trip. Will have to keep working on his cover skills if he's asked to drop more. Has gotten stronger and when that added strength is coupled with the way he plays, he has gotten more dominant as his high school career has gone on. Here is the full story of how Iowa discovered Dunker via his high school coach, Ric Arand. Recruitment: DeJean chose the Hawkeyes over offers from Illinois State, North Dakota State, and South Dakota State. Scouting Report: “I know what type of football they play because we had to watch film of different teams that they played to prepare. Needs to polish route-running skills and be more sudden in and out of his breaks. Projects as a multi-year starter at the Power Five level with the upside to develop into an early round draft pick." There may be taller options at tackle depending on the roster he is on. He can hold his ground and shed, he also shows a swim move and some finesse. Big, physical, strong, a classic Big Ten type of offensive lineman. Zach will do whatever the Iowa staff tells him to do, their track record for developing players is unmatched. - Trieu. When he wants to, his hands are great. Also played smaller school competition, so will have an adjustment come college, but he physically has great tools and dominates his high school competition. Recruitment: Chose the Hawkeyes over Iowa State, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Arkansas, LSU, and Michigan among others. Iowa Football Involved with Hidden Gem Aaron Smith . Violent with his hands. The Hawkeyes have three highly-regarded three-star wide receivers in the 2021 cycle committed in Brody Brecht, Arland Bruce IV, and Keagan Johnson. Terrific all-around athlete. I think Jeremiah will be a good switch to what they normally have.” - former NFL DE and Pittman's trainer at EFT Mike Buchanan. Charles Williams, who trains Oladokun at Pick 6 Academy in Tampa. The Hawkeyes wide receiver room is having more talent come through in large part to the job that Iowa wide receiver coach Kelton Copeland has done during his time in Iowa City. Iowa football recruiting: Hawkeyes earn commit from class of 2022, Iowa Football: Hawkeyes Release Week 1 Depth Chart vs. Purdue. Projects as a very safe recruit because he will give it everything he has and has been productive in high school." His playmaking ability after he catches a ball. Scouting Report: "Looks like a classic defensive end with a longer build and room to grow but already has a good start on weight and bulk. Iowa Football: Hawkeyes Release Initial 2020 Depth Chart We’re just over two weeks from the return of Iowa football and we have our first depth chart of the year. "People also say that receivers aren't drafted from Iowa, but Ihmir [Smith-Marsette], Brandon [Smith], and Tyrone [Tracy] are going to be drafted. © 2005-2020 CBS INTERACTIVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Some schools recruited him as a true linebacker, others as an EDGE. Labas’ skill set immediately jumped out to us on video. Then the agility towards to end to get into the end zone for the score stands out. Gets off the ball with explosion and has good play speed. Looks the part as far as frame and length. Shows some agility and ability on spin moves and swim moves. It's really it’s about his development. Recruitment: Davidkov committed to Iowa over offers from Michigan, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and others. Things came down to Iowa and Northwestern for the Chicagoland native, but he ended up going with the Hawkeyes. I think Jeremiah will do great there. Projects best as a strongside defensive end but growing into a three-tech is not out of the question. Finishes strong and already shows good strength on the field. Physicality and tenaciousness give him a high-floor. There may be taller options at tackle depending on the roster he is on. Recruitment: Twedt had been committed to Iowa State for a couple of months, and then decommitted a few months after Iowa extended an offer. As we reported earlier, Class of 2022 in-state DE Aaron Graves (6-4, 230) has committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes. Listed at 6-foot-5, 185-pounds, Kasper camped at Iowa two summers ago, and lived in Illinois for a number of years before moving to Arizona. How about 6’5 WR K Kasper?? He reminds me a little bit of. Last year, as a freshman, Graves had 67 tackles, 15 TFL, and 11 sacks at Southeast Valley. This is a good start in retooling the offense.. You want someone that’s gonna win jump balls?? I think he’s something different that they need. Shines with his ability to get to linebackers at the second level. Good athlete who has some testing results on file. The Iowa Hawkeyes 2020 recruiting class is ranked 34th nationally and 8th in the Big Ten. Testing numbers are not eye-popping, but on tape, shows ability in pursuit and closes quickly. Runs straight-line well for a bigger prospect. © 2005-2020 CBS INTERACTIVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Things came down to Iowa and Iowa State, but Brecht chose the Hawkeyes also plans on playing baseball at Iowa. Click Here! - 247Sports' Allen Trieu. Take advantage now and be the first to know everything going on regarding Iowa football, basketball, and recruiting. Plays under control, but also fast and violently. Projects as a true outside receiver but size could enable him to slide into the slot if need be. We have not seen him in person, so we would like to see his frame in person and we do not have testing numbers or numbers from other sports like track to be able to put a quantity on his athleticism." High academic programs like Vanderbilt and Northwestern were also showing interest. Athleticism should allow him to be a productive college player at the high-major level and have a chance to play beyond that." He does a nice job of getting skinny and splitting gaps and shows the ability to be effective on the edge or shading inside. Should be a size mismatch and red-zone weapon at a Power 5 program." I think Jeremiah will do great there. Above all, Jaden has great character and work ethic." The wide receiver recruiting for Iowa has seen an uptick, especially in the 2021 cycle.

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