CONGRATS IOWA ATHLETES AND NON-ATHLETES.
Your ticket to the real world... GRADUATION! Congrats @HawkeyeFootball graduates. #InvestInIowa = #Opportunity pic.twitter.com/KPfd9Z9cIQ— Seth Wallace (@CoachSWallace) May 17, 2015
Congrats Hawkeyes on your academic achievements! #UIGrad15 #B1GGrads pic.twitter.com/xmb5ltb6Wk— Iowa Basketball (@IowaHoops) May 17, 2015
SO, WHERE WERE WE? It's May which means INP is a hodgepodge of what's what. Let's start with some graduates that have already started their new careers in the NFL. Brandon Scherff is prepping for life as a right tackle in Washington. He talks to Comcast about the transition. Also, you can get your new Scherff t-shirts:
ICYMI "There's a New Scherff in Town" T-Shirts #Redskins @breakingtco https://t.co/4MpNKDxmGy http://t.co/xUc5DrHQ7k pic.twitter.com/SMQwvm7h9C— HogsHaven.com (@HogsHaven) May 14, 2015
If you're wondering why Carl Davis dropped to the third round, here's one possible explanation. Also, if you just want to catch up with what Hawks are in the NFL and where, here's a recap from Scott Dochterman.
AARON WHITE WILL HOPE TO HEAR HIS NAME AT THE NBA DRAFT. White participated in the NBA Combine. Here's a list to the measurables. White is projected as a second round pick and his production on the court plus his ability to kill the interview will help his draft stock.
FRED MIMS TO RETIRE. Iowa's Athletic Department loses 38 years of experience. Mims will retire from service June 30th. Iowa is also in search of a new president and some candidates have emerged. Still, no word on when will be Gary Barta's last day.
THE IOWA FOOTBALL WIN TOTAL WAS SET AT 7.5 BY AGAINST THE NUMBER. No, I don't know who Against the Number is. It's May. But, 7.5 seems right. 7-5? Right? Also, here's Tom Dinehart breaking down Iowa's schedule. It's May.
MOVIE NIGHT AT KINNICK. I shit you not, Remember the Titans.
- Where are they now? Abdul Hodge
- Rudock ready to get started at Michigan
- Night games take Ferentz back to his football roots
- DI's Male Athlete of the Year: Brandon Scherff
- Illinois State's All-American running back Coprich suspended indefinitely
- An early look at Big Ten hoops 2015-16
- Brandon Scherff agrees to 4-year deal worth more than $22 million
- McCaffery will have the pieces, but can he make them fit?
- BIG TEN SPRING REVIEW: IOWA
- Legends of Iowa previews camp
- QB recruit Ryan Boyle eager for football immersion as life at Iowa begins
- Carolina Panthers RB Brandon Wegher, with trouble behind him, gets NFL shot
- McCaffery excited about Waterloo's Jones
- BBall: Looking ahead: Iowa Hawkeyes