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    Question regarding former ISU players

    My brother and I were discussing former ISU and Iowa basketball and football players of the past. A lot of names came up that I hadn't heard in a long time. He is a big nerd, so he knew what a lot of former Hawkeyes were up to nowadays, and probably mentioned about 20-25 sons of former Hawkeyes who are playing H.S. basketball and/or football. He even follows the recruiting for these kids. Any of you on here like that when it comes to ISU? It would be interesting to hear of any former Clones who have kids playing sports. Not counting Lazard of course. The only one I know of is Darren Davis, who has 2 sons that he says will both be good RB prospects. His oldest starts H.S. soon I believe. Ok nerds, get to work!!


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    Re: Question regarding former ISU players

    Ah, Fred has twin sons named Jack and Charlie that attend Gilbert schools.


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    Re: Question regarding former ISU players

    Kevin Jackson has a lot of kids. He had a son that graduated from Gilbert probably 3 years ago and was a good RB, tough to bring down. He was one of the older ones, so there should be more in the pipeline.



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    Re: Question regarding former ISU players

    Quote Originally Posted by cdekovic View Post
    Ah, Fred has twin sons named Jack and Charlie that attend Gilbert schools.
    Fred has twin sons named Sam and Charlie. He has an older son named Jack.



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    Re: Question regarding former ISU players

    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    Kevin Jackson has a lot of kids. He had a son that graduated from Gilbert probably 3 years ago and was a good RB, tough to bring down. He was one of the older ones, so there should be more in the pipeline.
    His son Cole was on the Grand View football team this year. He has a daughter graduating from Ames this year and signed to play volleyball at a smaller school out east (I think). The other three kids are all girls in 5th grade or younger.



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