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Linebacker Dillon Doyle is already hitting the books at Iowa in preparation of his first season with the Hawkeyes.

Iowa: Get a better read on Dillon Doyle; Hawkeyes land top LB target to finish class

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The man beyond the helmet

Rob Howe of HawkeyeNation.com introduces fans to Class of 2018 linebacker Dillon Doyle. The most interesting fact about Doyle isn’t his close ties to the football program or his athleticism at linebacker. It’s his love of philosophy. Howe explains how it developed in this profile of Doyle.

The final piece

The Hawkeyes wrapped up the Class of 2018 by securing the commitment of Georgia 3-star linebacker Jayden McDonald. He was Iowa’s top recruiting target leading up to National Signing Day on Wednesday.

Meet Monte Pottebaum

Not only does West Lyon (Iowa) fullback Monte Pottebaum have a cool name, but he’s walking on to the Iowa football team. Luke Feddersen of Rivals caught up with Pottebaum’s coach, Jay Rozeboom, to learn what the walk-on will bring to Iowa City.

NFL draft crystal ball

With the NFL season over, Matt Miller at Bleacher Report took a crack at predicting all seven rounds of the draft. He sees five Iowa players being selected in the first five rounds and a majority of them heading to New York.

Take 5

With the 2018 recruiting cycle coming to a close, Land of 10 looks back at the class and what Iowa did. Five things stand out when it comes to the Hawkeyes, including a much-needed focus on wide receiver.

North end zone update

Where do things sit with the Kinnick Stadium north end zone renovation? Good thing you asked. Land of 1o provides the answer in its latest question of the day.

1 more record

On Sunday, Megan Gustafson broke the Iowa women’s basketball all-time mark for career double-doubles. On Monday, she was named the Big Ten women’s basketball player of the week a record seventh time. Steve Batterson of the Quad City Times recaps Gustafson’s historic last few days.

Who are they?

The Hawkeyes had three de-commitments in the Class of 2018. Land of 10 brought back up some of old recruiting names you might have forgotten about here.

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