Iowa football has put together a pre-spring depth chart ahead of the 2017 season.
Some notes from the depth chart:
- Nathan Stanley is listed as the starting quarterback. Stanley was 5-for-9 for 62 yards as a freshman. The 6-foot-5, 212-pound QB will look to lead Iowa with C.J. Beathard gone.
- At offensive line, Keegan Render is listed at left guard. Ike Boettger is sliding over to right tackle.
- On the defensive front, Cedrick Lattimore is taking over at defensive tackle for standout Jaleel Johnson.
- At CB, Michael Ojemudia and Manny Rugamba are listed as starters. Rugamba picked up starts and more playing time with Greg Mabin injured.
Iowa football’s new depth chart:
New iowa depth chart pic.twitter.com/KXxowMNltt
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Iowa is scheduled to being the 2017 season on Sept. 2 at home against Wyoming. The Hawkeyes then play at rival Iowa State the following week. The non-conference schedule concludes Sept. 16 vs. North Texas before Big Ten play begins Sept. 23 at home against defending Big Ten champion Penn State.