Iowa Football Recruiting 2021
The Hawkeyes now have bookend defensive ends lined up in the class of 2022.
The Hawkeyes have the feel-good story of the class in a Des Moines North product.
The Hawkeyes finalize perhaps the best offensive line class of Kirk Ferentz’s tenure.
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The Hawkeyes have their best class in well over a decade.
The Hawkeyes get their 11th commit from within the state’s borders.
The Hawkeyes cap off a monster offensive line class with a mauler from Florida.
The Hawkeyes are working to improve their best recruiting class in a decade.
Iowa has put together one of its best classes under head coach Kirk Ferentz.
The Hawkeyes look to show something with a big time get from the Show Me state.
The Hawkeyes go to Chicagoland to reel in a big time big man.
Iowa found a dynamic playmaker who isn’t in Kansas anymore.
The Hawkeyes get a talented dual sport athlete from within the state.
One of the most impressive senior films you’ll find, but the Hawkeyes found it first.
The Iowa defensive line room continues to reload with in-state talent.
Iowa secured the borders and kept another talented local product home.
The Hawkeyes went to Minnesota to reel in a Cyclone legacy that could be a good one.
The Hawkeyes get their second Lena native in two years.
The Hawkeyes add more depth to the linebacking room with a star from Urbandale.
The Hawkeyes get a talented Nebraska legacy in the wide receiver room.
The Hawkeyes flipped an Iowa State commit with some versatility.
The Hawkeyes go into Chicagoland for a dynamic edge rusher.
The Hawkeyes keep a talented lineman from Cedar Rapids home.
The Hawkeyes have their signal caller in the class of 2021.
The Hawkeyes have a big man to add to the middle of the defense.
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Iowa is set to sign at least 17 commitments in the early period.
The Hawkeye state is well represented in Iowa’s class of 2021.
Arland Bruce continues to wow in the biggest moments
Cooper DeJean may, in fact, be a super hero
Keagan Johnson (WR) continues to dominate the largest class in Nebraska.
Iowa’s class of 2021 takes a hit.