Jeremy Birmingham/Land of 10
There is plenty Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley must work on if he wants to play in the NFL.

Assessing Nate Stanley’s NFL future; Iowa falls for freshman recruit

Iowa football is always the main topic in the Iowa Breakfast Club, Land of 10’s daily Hawkeyes notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Hawkeyes sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Iowa football, recruiting, basketball and more.

MORE: Want this roundup in your inbox every morning? Sign up here!

Drawing rave reviews

Quarterback Nate Stanley has only started for one year, but the NFL is always keeping tabs on the Iowa quarterback. The Des Moines Register’s Mark Emmert talked with analysts about what Stanley must do to have an NFL future. Playing better when under duress is a key topic.

Freshman phenom

The Hawkeyes don’t typically offer high school freshmen. So what is it at about 14-year-old defensive tackle Griffin Liddle that led to an offer? Land of 10 explains.

Friday fun day

Iowa is holding its spring football game on a Friday for the second year. Is it the right move? Yes, it’s the right move, for reasons that have very little to do with the glorified scrimmage itself.

Future stars

Who will replace the Iowa players headed to the NFL? Land of 10 asked the five Hawkeyes at the NFL combine. Here is who they picked.

The Solon pipeline

Iowa and Solon High School (Iowa) have a long history. Will Iowa head to Solon again in 2019? It’s very possible.’s Rob Howe caught up with Solon linebacker Coal Flansburg on where he sits in relation to an Iowa offer.

Brackets are set

The NCAA revealed the draws for the national wrestling tournament on Wednesday. Nine Hawkeyes will compete and the Des Moines Register’s Cody Goodwin breaks down their chances.

Top-10 landing spot

Mock drafts were all the rage in the Breakfast Club on Tuesday. Pro Football Focus wanted in on the fun. It only had one Iowa player, Josh Jackson, in its latest mock draft. PFF has him staying in the Midwest to start his pro career.

Miss a previous edition of Iowa Breakfast Club? Get caught up here.