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I don’t think ISU was ever going to be on his radar.
Iowa got their first commitment for the class of 2022.
I can agree with that. Wish we could go back to just a regular 10 team big 10. I know that sounds crazy.
The top 5 schedule came from the 2017 season.
My bad, top 5 schedule. And they still made a bowl game to boot. I heard for years that the schedule was what was holding ISU back all those years.
If it does skyrocket, follow the money is all I'm saying.
It's mostly because of geographic location.
Take a look at the top recruiting classes and get back to me what they all have in common. This isn't even an argument, it is common sense....
Iowa had a top 10 schedule just two years ago.
Nebraska isn't doing it though. They haven't brought in a 5 star recruit for at least 12 years.
How much is a lot more. Iowa usually gets 2 to 4 four stars. Nebraska usually gets 3-7. Sure they get more and I'm sure they would like to have...
I wouldn't say no problem, they definitely have their challenges with geography being the main challenge. They get a handful of 4 stars most years.
Huh??? They haven't had a 5 star recruit according to 247 since at least 2007. I didn't got back any further than that. They usually get 3-7...
Yes, I really like it there actually. Nice college town. What's that got to do with getting four and five star players? They seldom get any of...
The fact you even asked this question, shows me the level of stupidity I'm dealing with. Must be how Neil Tyson Degrasse feels when someone asks...
It is very hard to recruit 4 and 5 star players to the state of Iowa on a consistent basis.
Plus Iowa is a developmental program. They take unheralded recruits and turn them into NFL quality players. The coaching staff does a great job...
Thanks for the link. There have been 11 DBs drafted in the entire history of the ISU program.
Not a big surprise, but still a nice get. The writing on the wall was that he was going to be a Hawk the second he decommitted from the boat rower.