The good news keeps flowing for the Iowa Hawkeyes in the class of 2020.
Iowa’s defensive line gets some insurance in free agency
Fran McCaffery and staff’s quest for a point guard is finally complete.
The Hawkeye got a season opening win against Northern Illinois earlier today, now they look to build for future success with the commitment 3-star defensive end Michael Lois from Wisconsin.
The Hawkeyes’ class of 2019 is quickly filling up as they add another piece to the puzzle with a talented running back from the state of Georgia.
Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeyes are getting an early start on their class of 2020 with a commitment from a big time QB from the state of Texas.
The Hawkeyes lost a trio of starting linebackers to the NFL this year. As they look to re-stock the cupboard, we examine some of the top prospects to monitor.
The good news keeps rolling in for the Hawkeyes as they add a big time offensive lineman to keep the Indianapolis pipeline flowing.
The Hawkeyes kept the momentum rolling with their second commit from the official visit weekend, landing a big time defensive back out of Florida.
Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeyes beat out Michigan State, Mizzou and others for Michigan defensive end Jalen Hunt.
A solid defensive line is a staple of a strong Iowa football team under Kirk Ferentz. We explore the top prospects to build that solid line of the future.
Overreaction Monday: Kirk Ferentz, the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Changing Landscape of College Football Recruiting
Things are getting a little crazy out there in the world of recruiting. It’s time to appreciate what Hawkeye fans have in their head coach.
The Hawkeyes have a rich tradition of developing offensive linemen into NFL players. Who are the top candidates to continue that tradition in the class of 2019?
THE HAWKEYES GET THEIR QB
The Hawkeyes added some depth in the running back room with the talented Iowa Western RB.
Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeye staff have a lot of success to sell to tight end prospects. We explore who they’re focusing their attention on in 2019.
Fran McCaffery is in on some big time names in the class of 2019 and 2020. A number of them put their skills to the test over the weekend.
We continue our look at each position group’s top recruiting targets for the Hawkeyes in 2019 with the wide receivers.
The Hawkeyes are breaking in a pair of new RBs in 2018. Who are they targeting for the future beyond this season?
The Hawkeyes have gotten a flurry of commitments in the class of 2019 over the last week. That continued today with the addition of Wisconsin DE Jake Karchinski.
Iowa’s search for the next Nate Stanley has begun as the Hawkeyes look for their QB in the class of 2019.
The Hawkeyes keep the momentum rolling on the recruiting trail with the addition of the big time linebacker out of Ohio.
IOWA GETS A BIG RECEIVER
As Hawkeye fans move on from the spring game, the Iowa coaching staff has moved on to recruiting. Today, they added another piece to the class of 2019.
As the spring recruiting period really takes off, the Hawkeyes continue to prioritize local products in the class of 2019, adding their 4th Iowan to the class.
Iowa needs help on the perimeter. Hundreds of college players are looking for a new home. Is there a match made in Hawkeye Heaven?
The Hawkeyes have some impressive talent in the pipeline for the next number of years. Several are garnering national attention.
Iowa’s recruiting class of 2018 has only two players, but today both were named the Gatorade Player of the Year in their respective state.
The Iowa men’s basketball season may be over, but a number of future Hawkeyes are still competing in their high school state tournaments. We check in.
With a big recruiting weekend kicking off in Iowa City, the Hawkeues add a big offensive lineman to the class of 2019.
It’s time for the Hawkeyes to turn to the their attention to the class of 2019. What are the needs? Who’s already committed? Who are the top targets? We explore all those questions and more.
Both signing days are officially in the rearview mirror. We’ve looked at each individually, as well as the large group of walk-ons headed to Iowa City. But how does Iowa’s class of 2018 look in its entirety?
The Hawkeyes recruiting class of 2018 was highly ranked, but this year’s group of walk-ons would be a very solid recruiting class for most FCS programs.