Iowa draft hopefuls Miles Taylor and Josh Jackson auctioned off game-used Hawkeyes football gear from the team’s 55-24 win over Ohio State, and the benefits are going to Iowa’s Stead Family Children’s Hospital.
Hawkeye Football’s Miles Taylor and Josh Jackson presented a check for $12,000 to @uichildrens and delivered their game worn jerseys and helmets from the Ohio State game to the winners of their charity auction this afternoon in Iowa City. #wingraduatedoitright #hawkeyes #fightforiowa @joshrando3 @hawkeyefootball (Brian Ray/hawkeyesports.com)
Stead Family Children’s Hospital is, of course, the hospital fans wave to at the Kinnick Wave following the first quarter of every Iowa home game.
Jackson and Taylor completed a season as defensive backfield mates. Jackson is hoping to hear his name called early in the first round of the draft. He’s No. 14 in our projection, which would land him with the Arizona Cardinals.