Two more commitments highlighted the last week of recruiting activity for Iowa football, which now has one of the highest-ranked 2023 recruiting classes in the country.
Iowa Football Recruiting
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The Gazette compiled the highlights of the last week of Iowa football recruiting activity into one place.
It’s been easy for several homegrown Hawkeye football recruits who have committed or signed in the last year to keep tabs on each other. They’re just a few mats away at state wrestling.
Iowa football commit Aaron Graves of Southeast Valley is an unusual three-sport star.
The Gazette compiled the highlights of the last two weeks of Iowa football recruiting activity into one place as the Hawkeyes hone in on their 2023 recruiting class.
Iowa signed five scholarship defensive backs and two walk-ons in the 2022 recruiting class. Here’s why that made sense for the Hawkeyes this year.
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz and his staff have a “real strong interest in” a small group of players in the transfer portal.
When COVID-19 halted in-person recruiting, Iowa football turned to Zoom to sell recruits on its program.
Five recruits, including three who previously committed to other schools, announced plans to attend Iowa on the first day of the early signing period.
Wednesday is set to be an interesting day for Iowa recruiting as some recruits formally sign with the Hawkeyes and others announce their college decisions.
Quarterback Marco Lainez became the third recruit to commit to Iowa in the 2023 recruiting class Monday.
Xavier Nwankpa was asked about his recruitment and college decision about 20 times a day. Here’s how he figured out the answer was the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Xavier Nwankpa, a 5-star safety from Southeast Polk, announced his commitment to Iowa football.
If seniors want to use an additional year, the Iowa staff will “take them back with open arms.” That creates a “tricky” situation with recruiting.