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Cameron Wilson........probably had the best day of all the WR. Just seems natural catching the ball, has good body control and seems plenty well-put-together.
Blake Haluska.....Some very nice catches and Iowa needs to use this kid's size, speed, hard work in the passing game in 2013.
KMM played pretty well at the wide out, today, also.
Mike Malloy seemed to me to be a Running back of the future at Iowa. Well built, nice stride with some speed.
Jordan Canzeri also had a very good day. Biggest break-away threat of the RB's at Iowa.
Darian Cooper, Carl Davis, Mike Hardy, Drew Ott did some good things on the Def line.
I really didn't watch the linebackers that closely. John Kenny made his presence known and I'll predict that he sees the
field this season.
The QB race is one I'm not ready to call, at this point. All 3 had some good and bad moments.
Jordan Cotton needs to touch the ball a few times a game, imho. Ray Hamilton, Jake Duzey, HKC played well at TE.. Did not see CJF do that much, today.
'Texan by birth, Hawkeye by the Grace of God'
Thanks for the update.
I was expecting some things outta Haluska last year. He looks the part.
16,500 people is a good showing considering.
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This post was edited by KFSuperStar 12 months ago
You know I totally forgot about Wilson and shame on me, glad to hear some w.r's actually looked good. Anyone have any insight on the q.b situation.
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
I read its a 2 man battle with Rudock slightly ahead of Sokol.
I read that too but also got "other" feedback was hoping some one there could fill me in. Either way I read the O looked crisp which is good to hear.
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