clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

INPIYLTI: Greg Davis Talks Hawkeye Offense; Iowa Adds Walk-On DL

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Iowa Hawkeyes Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Season Highlights (via hawkeyesportstv)

THE BIG TEN NETWORK TALKS X'S AND O'S WITH IOWA'S GREG DAVIS. Last night TONIGHT the Big Ten Network's "Big Ten Football Report" gives us an inside look at some of Iowa's offensive schemes. Newly hired offensive coordinator Greg Davis discussed line play and running back responsibilities in Iowa's run game. A short preview clip can be viewed on here.

HAWKEYES ADD A JUCO WALK-ON TO THE DEFENSIVE LINE. Per Hawkeye Report's Blair Sanderson, Iowa Central Community College defensive lineman Wil Rathjen will join the Hawks next fall. Rahtjen will have three years to play two at Iowa. He's a native of Durant, Iowa. Here is a YouTube highlight video of Rathjen in action.

SATURDAY WE LEARNED IOWA NEEDS HELP AT WIDE RECEIVER. Perhaps one of the players that can bring some speed next year is incoming freshman Maurice Fleming. Per this tweet,

Fleming played quarterback in high school and was recruited to play either defensive back or wide receiver. Iowa also has incoming wide receiver prospects George Kittle, Tevaun Smith, Greg Mabin and Cameron Wilson.

WHERE IS RILEY REIFF HEADING? There's lots of rumors and guesses out there. We'll know for sure in a couple weeks. The Buffalo Bills could be a landing spot with the 11th pick of the first round. If the Bills don't bite the Arizona Cardinals might with the 13th pick.

WHAT ABOUT ADAM GETTIS? Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, believes Gettis could end up a Chief. Teicher notes that there's a lot of love of Iowa from the KC front office. He says Gettis will be their sixth round pick.

NIT AGAIN IN 2012-13? Believe it or not, bracketology never stops. In an effort to grab some page hits's Joe Lunardi has already released brackets for next year's March Madness. That's neat since full basketball schedules aren't even released yet. Iowa State makes the cut but no Iowa. Not even as a bubble team.

MATT GATENS PLAYED THREE GAMES IN THE PORTSMOUTH INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT. Now that that's over he's moving on to the next step in his life. Gatens averaged 9.3 points per game over the three games there. His next moves are hiring an agent and working out for NBA teams before the NBA draft in June.

Other links: