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47 Days Until Iowa Football: Noah Feldman & Nick Anderson

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A uniform number change from a sophomore and a community college transfer now a senior look to work their way onto the field for the Hawkeyes.

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Can Feldman and Anderson make an impact on the swarm?
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Happy Monday. The countdown to the start of the Hawkeye football season continues with a pair of reserves from the state of Iowa, one from each side of the ball.

Noah Feldman - RS SO

West Liberty, Iowa (West Liberty)

6’5”, 235 lbs

2019 Projection: Reserve Tight End

Nick Anderson- SR

Waukee, Iowa (Waukee)

6’2”, 230 lbs

2019 Projection: Reserve Linebacker

Feldman is changing uniform numbers from #86 to #47. Will this change help him crack the starting lineup in 2019? Probably not, but stranger things have happened. With a lot of unknowns at the position, there will be some early opportunities for some new players to see some action.

There is some potential apparent when Feldman can make a play in space. Below are some highlights from his senior year at West Liberty.

Anderson came to Iowa as a walk-on from Iowa Western Community College in January of 2018. He recorded 80 tackles as a sophomore and couldn’t turn down the opportunity to continue to improve in the Hawkeye system over other offers.

While he hasn’t been in a game for Iowa yet, there may be some special team opportunities for Anderson in 2019.