Plenty of Iowa players in seven-round mock NFL draft; 4-star QB Max Duggan leaving state
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NFL mock draft crystal ball
Land of 10 mocked out the entire seven-round NFL draft. Eight Iowa Hawkeyes are selected, including four offensive lineman, two linebackers and a running back. Where does James Daniels go? What about Josh Jackson or Josey Jewell? Click here to find out.
The winner is …
Four-star Lewis Central High School (Iowa) quarterback Max Duggan isn’t staying in-state for college. He committed to TCU on Sunday night.
Need to know
The final week of Iowa spring football is here. Catch up before the spring game Friday with Land of 10’s five biggest questions entering the week.
The NCAA passed a rule allowing a team to fair catch a kickoff between the 1- and 25-yard lines to start with the football on the 25-yard line. The move is designed to eliminate teams kicking ball short of the end zone and trying to pin opponents deep into their own territory. HawkeyeNation.com’s David Schwartz wonders what the NCAA was thinking with the ruling.
Time to get hyped
Iowa football released a video with a behind-the-scenes look of what spring practice is like. See all the practice highlights here.
State of the (basketball) union
During the weekend, the Des Moines Register ran a two-part interview between reporter Mark Emmert and men’s basketball coach Fran McCaffery. In Part 1, McCaffery discussed what went wrong last season. In Part 2, McCaffery talks about the biggest offseason question: Will Tyler Cook return.
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