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01/05/18 - (C) - *James Daniels, Jr, 6-3, 295
Iowa confirmed the departures of cornerback Josh Jackson, center James Daniels and reserve quarterback Tyler Wiegers. The Hawkeyes say in a release that Jackson and Daniels intend to declare for the NFL draft, while Eastern Michigan announced this week that Wiegers is joining its program as a graduate transfer. Jackson led the nation with eight interceptions and 26 passes defended and earned consensus first-team All-America honors in his first season as a starter. Daniels might be as big of a loss as Jackson. Daniels started 25 games in three seasons at Iowa, anchoring a line that struggled at times in 2016. - AP College Football


01/04/18 - (SS) - Amani Hooker, So, 5-11, 210
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Secondary: Amani Hooker, Iowa (Pinstripe): Hooker had a game-high 12 tackles in a 27-20 triumph over Boston College. He made two touchdown-saving stops after long gains on drives that ended with field goals. - AP College Football


01/03/18 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
CB Josh Jackson is turning pro after his junior season. Jackson had one of the highlight plays of the college football season, making a leaping, one-handed grab at the goal line in Iowa's big win over Ohio State. A week later, he returned two interceptions for touchdowns against Wisconsin. Jackson (6-1, 192) made eight interceptions and broke up 18 passes. According to NFLDraftScout.com, "While scouts will understandably be concerned with the fact that Jackson is essentially a one-year wonder with only 14 career starts, his 2017 tape is undeniable. He possesses an ideal blend of size, route anticipation and ball-skills that project very well to the next level, especially in a press-heavy scheme."


12/27/17 - (RB) - Akrum Wadley, Sr, 5-10, 195
Akrum Wadley knew he had 40 tickets to give out to family and friends to watch him serve as Iowa's top running threat. Those close to him might not have anticipated watching him dash through tacklers on special teams as well. Performing as a kick returner for the first time since the second week of the season, Wadley produced 283 all-purpose yards, helping Iowa to a 27-20 victory over Boston College on Wednesday at frigid Yankee Stadium. Wadley finished with 171 yards on five kickoff returns, including a 72-yard return that set up Iowa's first touchdown early in the second quarter. He also gained 88 yards on the ground, including a 27-yard scamper down the left sideline that set up fullback Drake Kulick's tiebreaking 1-yard plunge with 3:09 remaining in the fourth. "Slippery field, but I had some really good blockers," Wadley said. "It was easy to run behind guys that you know they really want to block for you and they really believe that you can make a big play."

Wadley, who is from Newark, N.J., finished his four-year career at Iowa (8-5) by stepping in for regular return man Ihmir Smith-Marsette, who was injured during a practice last week. "It was priceless man," Wadley said of his performance in front of friends and family. Wadley's showing helped the Hawkeyes snap a seven-year gap between bowl wins on a night when the temperature at kickoff was 23 degrees and the wind-chill factor made it feel like 12. "Coach always stresses special teams and to swing that field position," Iowa right tackle Levi Paulsen said after the Hawkeyes snapped a five-game losing streak in bowl games. "If you're on that side of the ball, then you already have an advantage." Iowa finished with 101 rushing yards and 317 yards on kickoff returns thanks to Wadley, who entered the game with four career kickoff returns totaling 100 yards. - The Sports Xchange

12/19/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
Next week's Pinstripe Bowl in New York could be Iowa junior cornerback Josh Jackson's last game as a Hawkeye. Jackson said Tuesday that he is "50-50" on whether he will come back for his senior season, adding that he will likely announce his plans for 2018 after the Hawkeyes (7-5) face Boston College (7-5) on Dec. 27 at Yankee Stadium. "I've definitely thought about it ... I've talked with coach a little bit about it," said Jackson, who redshirted his first season and is set to graduate in May. "I've thought both ways, both perspectives." If Jackson leaves, he will be remembered for a college career that was brief but brilliant. After sitting out his first year, Jackson spent the next two seasons as a reserve. Iowa had an opening at cornerback after Thorpe Award winner Desmond King graduated, and Jackson won a fierce battle to claim his spot.

No one could foresee just how good Jackson would be in 2017 in his first season as a starter. He tied for the national lead with seven interceptions, returned two of those for touchdowns against Wisconsin and joined linebacker Josey Jewell as a first-team All-America pick. Jackson's numbers, along with his 6-foot-1, 195-pound frame and his abundance of physical gifts, have left many NFL draft pundits pegging him as a possible first-round pick in 2018. King was in a similar spot and chose to stay for his senior season. If Jackson follows suit, the Hawkeyes could enter 2018 with one of the best defenses in the country. "We joke about it," defensive coordinator Phil Parker said. "It's a decision he is going to have to make with his family and what's best for him ... if he chooses to go, I am happy for him and wish him the best of luck. If he stays, he'll be our best recruit in the (secondary)." - AP College Football

12/15/17 - (ILB) - Josey Jewell, rSr, 6-1, 236
2017 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB Josey Jewell, Iowa,...Jewell, a native of Decorah, Iowa, was named to the first team after earning first-team honors by Big Ten coaches and media, Associated Press, and College Sports Madness. He leads the Big Ten and ranks third nationally in tackles (125 total, 11.4 per game). He was one of five finalists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, and is a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy and Senior CLASS Award. Jewell was a semifinalist for the Bednarik and Butkus Awards. He was named the recipient of the Jack Lambert Award on Nov. 27. Jewell is the third Hawkeye in program history to have three seasons with at least 115 tackles (Larry Station 83, 84, 85; Abdul Hodge 03, 04, 05). Jewell has led the team in tackles in each of the last two seasons (126 in 2015, 124 in 2016). - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
2017 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Josh Jackson, Iowa,...Jackson, a native of Corinth, Texas, is tied as the national leader with seven interceptions and earned all-conference recognition for the first time. He leads the nation with 25 passes defended and is tied for second in interception return touchdowns (two), and pass break-ups (18). He ranks third in interception return yards (163). Jackson's seven interceptions rank fourth best for a single season at Iowa, just one from tying Iowa's single-season record (Desmond King, 2015; Lou King, 1981; Nile Kinnick, 1939). Jackson tied Iowa's school record with two interception returns for touchdowns (B.J. Lowery, 2013) at Wisconsin, covering 43 and 52 yards. The previous week, Jackson tied Iowa's school record with three interceptions in Iowa's 55-24 win over No. 3 Ohio State. Jackson also had a forced fumble at Wisconsin, and a blocked field goal in a win over North Texas. He has started all 12 games this season and recorded 47 tackles. Jackson is a finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award and was named first team All-American by College Sports Madness. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (OG) - Sean Welsh, rSr, 6-2, 295
2017 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OG Sean Welsh, Iowa,...Welsh, a native of Springboro, Ohio, and Daniels, a native of Warren, Ohio, started 12 and 11 games for the Hawkeyes, respectively. Welsh and Daniels helped the Hawkeyes post a season high 313 rushing yards in a 56-14 victory at Nebraska in the regular season finale. Iowa's offensive line allowed only 22 sacks, tied for fifth in the Big Ten. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (RB) - Akrum Wadley, Sr, 5-10, 195
2017 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM (COACHES): RB Akrum Wadley, Iowa,...Wadley, a native of Newark, New Jersey, finished his senior year with a 159-yard rushing performance and three touchdowns to become the third player in the last 20 years to rush for over 150 yards and run for three touchdowns in Nebraska. Wadley ranks among Iowa's top-five in career rushing touchdowns (fourth) and total touchdowns (third). Wadley surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the second straight season, becoming the fourth Hawkeye to accomplish the feat. His 1,021 yards rank fifth in the Big Ten and his career total of 2,784 yards ranks fifth at Iowa. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (TE) - Noah Fant, So, 6-4, 232
2017 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM (COACHES): TE Noah Fant, Iowa,...Fant, a native of Omaha, Nebraska, set the single-season record for touchdown receptions by a tight end with 10, tied for first in the Big Ten. Fant recorded a season high in receiving yards against Nebraska, tallying 116 and two touchdowns, including a career high 68-yard reception. Fant totaled 28 receptions and 486 receiving yards for the season. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (DT) - Nathan Bazata, rSr, 6-2, 287
2017 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DL Nathan Bazata,...In addition to Jewell and Jackson, sophomore defensive end Anthony Nelson was named a third team selection by conference media and was honorable mention by coaches. Senior defensive tackle Nathan Bazata and senior outside linebacker Ben Niemann were honorable mention selections by both coaches and media. Senior safety Miles Taylor is Iowa's Sportsmanship Award recipient. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (C) - *James Daniels, Jr, 6-3, 295
2017 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): James Daniels,...In addition to Jewell and Jackson, sophomore defensive end Anthony Nelson was named a third team selection by conference media and was honorable mention by coaches. Senior defensive tackle Nathan Bazata and senior outside linebacker Ben Niemann were honorable mention selections by both coaches and media. Senior safety Miles Taylor is Iowa's Sportsmanship Award recipient. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (OLB) - Ben Niemann, Sr, 6-2, 230
2017 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Ben Niemann,...In addition to Jewell and Jackson, sophomore defensive end Anthony Nelson was named a third team selection by conference media and was honorable mention by coaches. Senior defensive tackle Nathan Bazata and senior outside linebacker Ben Niemann were honorable mention selections by both coaches and media. Senior safety Miles Taylor is Iowa's Sportsmanship Award recipient. - Iowa Football


12/15/17 - (DE) - Anthony Nelson, rSo, 6-6, 260
2017 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Anthony Nelson,...In addition to Jewell and Jackson, sophomore defensive end Anthony Nelson was named a third team selection by conference media and was honorable mention by coaches. Senior defensive tackle Nathan Bazata and senior outside linebacker Ben Niemann were honorable mention selections by both coaches and media. Senior safety Miles Taylor is Iowa's Sportsmanship Award recipient. - Iowa Football


12/10/17 - (ILB) - Josey Jewell, rSr, 6-1, 236
2017 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY WINNER: Josey Jewell of Iowa has won the Lott IMPACT Trophy as the college defensive player having the biggest influence on his team. The other finalists were Micah Kiser of Virginia, Harrison Phillips of Stanford and Minkah Fitzpatrick of Alabama. Jewell received the award Sunday night from Ronnie Lott at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach. It goes to a player with strong academic work, community involvement and team leadership. The senior linebacker from Decorah, Iowa, had 136 tackles, 13.5 tackles for losses and 11 passes broken up this season. He was an All-Big Ten selection and also was an academic All-Big Ten selection, with a 3.0 GPA as an environmental studies major. Iowa will receive $25,000 for its general scholarship fund. The Hawkeyes play Boston College in the Pinstripe Bowl on Dec. 27. - AP College Football


12/06/17 - (ILB) - Josey Jewell, rSr, 6-1, 236
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Josey Jewell, Iowa,...Jewell, a native of Decorah, Iowa, was named to the first team after earning first-team honors by Big Ten coaches and media, Associated Press, and College Sports Madness. He leads the Big Ten and ranks third nationally in tackles (125 total, 11.4 per game). He was one of five finalists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, and is a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy and Senior CLASS Award. Jewell was a semifinalist for the Bednarik and Butkus Awards. He was named the recipient of the Jack Lambert Award on Nov. 27. Jewell has 426 career tackles, fifth all-time in program history. - Iowa Football


11/30/17 - (ILB) - Josey Jewell, rSr, 6-1, 236
2017 BIG TEN NAGURSKI-WOODSON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES/MEDIA): Josey Jewell, Iowa...Jewell, a native of Decorah, Iowa, was named first team All-Big Ten this season. He leads the Big Ten and ranks third nationally in tackles (125 total, 11.4 per game). He is one of five finalists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, is a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award, and a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy. He was named the recipient of the Jack Lambert Award on Monday. Jewell becomes the first Hawkeye to win the Nagurski-Woodson Award since defensive end Leroy Smith in 1991 and first ever to win the Butkus-Fitzgerald Award. - Iowa Football


11/30/17 - (ILB) - Josey Jewell, rSr, 6-1, 236
2017 BIG TEN BUTKUS-FITZGERALD LINEBACKER OF THE YEAR (COACHES/MEDIA): Josey Jewell, Iowa...Jewell is the third Hawkeye in program history to have three seasons with at least 115 tackles (Larry Station 83, 84, 85; Abdul Hodge 03, 04, 05). Jewell has led the team in tackles in each of the last three seasons (126 in 2015, 124 in 2016). Jewell has 426 career tackles, fifth all-time in program history. Jewell becomes the first Hawkeye to win the Nagurski-Woodson Award since defensive end Leroy Smith in 1991 and first ever to win the Butkus-Fitzgerald Award. - Iowa Football


11/30/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
2017 BIG TEN TATUM-WOODSON DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE YEAR (COACHES/MEDIA): Josh Jackson, Iowa...Jackson, a native of Corinth, Texas, is tied as the national leader with seven interceptions, and also earned all-conference recognition. He leads the nation with 25 passes defended and is tied for second in interception return touchdowns (two), and pass break-ups (18). He ranks third in interception return yards (163). Jackson's seven interceptions rank fourth best for a single season at Iowa, just one from tying Iowa's single-season record (Desmond King, 2015; Lou King, 1981; Nile Kinnick, 1939). Jackson was named the Jack Tatum Award winner on Tuesday and is one of three finalists for the Jim Thorpe Award.

Jackson tied Iowa's school record with two interception returns for touchdowns (B.J. Lowery, 2013) at Wisconsin, covering 43 and 52 yards. The previous week, Jackson tied Iowa's school record with three interceptions in Iowa's 55-24 win over No. 3 Ohio State. Jackson also had a forced fumble at Wisconsin, and a blocked field goal in a win over North Texas. He has started all 12 games this season and recorded 47 tackles. Jackson is the third Hawkeye to win the Tatum-Woodson aAward in its seven year history, joining Micah Hyde (2012) and Desmond King (2015). - Iowa Football

11/27/17 - (RB) - Akrum Wadley, Sr, 5-10, 195
NOV 27 BIG TEN CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Akrum Wadley, Iowa, Sr., RB, Newark, N.J./Weequahic...Rushed for 159 yards and three touchdowns and added one catch for eight yards in Iowa's win vs. Nebraska...Became only the third opposing player in the last 20 years with 150+ rushing yards and 3+ rushing touchdowns in Nebraska's Memorial Stadium...Became the fourth Hawkeye to post back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and the first since Fred Russell in 2002-03...Earns his third career Offensive Player of the Week award...Last Iowa Offensive Player of the Week: Nate Stanley (Sept. 10, 2017). - Big Ten Football


11/24/17 - (RB) - Akrum Wadley, Sr, 5-10, 195
Iowa running back Akrum Wadley ran for 159 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Hawkeyes to a 56-14 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers in what probably was the last game of the Mike Riley era in Lincoln, Neb. The Cornhuskers suffered just their fourth losing season since 1962 and finish the season a disappointing 4-8 and 3-6 in the Big Ten. Iowa (7-5, 4-5) won the Heroes Trophy for a third straight season, snapped a two-game losing streak and now awaits a bowl bid. While the temperature in Lincoln was a record-high 75 for Nov. 24, the game snowballed pretty quickly as the Hawkeyes scored on their first three possessions of the second half to blow the game wide open.

Iowa's onslaught began with the score tied at 14-all with Ihmir Smith-Marsette returning the second-half kickoff for a touchdown. A penalty nullified the score and put the ball on the Cornhuskers' 22-yard line. Wadley capped the five-pay drive with a one-yard plunge to give the Hawkeyes a 21-14 lead. Nebraska's couldn't move the ball and Iowa forced a punt. The Hawkeyes struck quickly moving 56 yards in two plays with James Butler, a transfer from Nevada, scoring from 12 yards out to put the Hawkeyes up by two touchdowns. Iowa linebacker Ben Niemann intercepted Cornhuskers quarterback Tanner Lee to set up another quick score with Wadley taking it to the house from 29 yards out, and the rout was on. Iowa amassed 505 total yards, 313 of them coming on the ground. The Hawkeyes' defense held Nebraska scoreless in the second half and to 267 total yards. - The Sports Xchange

11/16/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
Another week, another noteworthy performance by Iowa junior CB Joshua Jackson (6-0, 193, 4.48, #15). Although it came in a loss, he accounted for both of the Hawkeyes' touchdowns with a pair of pick-sixes. In the last two weeks, Jackson now has five interceptions, accounting for 117 return yards, and the two touchdowns. His combination of athleticism, length and ball skills are the main reason for his production this season -- and the main reason why NFL teams will consider him in the first round of the NFL Draft. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com


11/15/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
The biggest question surrounding Iowa cornerback Josh Jackson entering 2017 was whether he could live up to the lofty standards set by his predecessors. The biggest question now is whether Jackson will leave for the NFL after the season. Jackson, a 6-foot-1, 192-pound junior from Corinth, Texas, sidestepped questions about his future on Tuesday, preferring to focus instead on a season that continues Saturday when the Hawkeyes (6-4, 3-4 Big Ten) host Purdue (4-6, 2-5) in their home finale.Jackson's performance this season - a nation-leading seven interceptions, 163 interception return yards and 23 passes defended - has changed the trajectory of his young career. Jackson has picked off five passes in his last two games, earning back-to-back defensive player of the week honors from the Big Ten.

"He's one of those guys that can just do it," Iowa linebacker Bo Bower said of his teammate. "He's extremely gifted and talented - and then he works his butt off. And obviously, over time, that's going to accumulate and eventually it's just going to click. And it just clicked." Jackson didn't become a starter until this season because the Hawkeyes had two standouts at cornerback in Desmond King and Greg Mabin. King won the Thorpe Award in 2015 as the nation's best defensive back - and Jackson might do so as well after this season. Jackson redshirted in 2014 and played sparingly as a freshman a year later following a brief stint at wide receiver. Jackson saw further action in 2016, but his path to the starting lineup was blocked by the presence of King and Mabin. - AP College Football

11/13/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
NOV 13 BIG TEN CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Josh Jackson, Iowa, Jr., DB, Corinth, Texas/Lake Dallas...Returned a pair of interceptions for touchdowns and forced a fumble at Wisconsin...Recorded a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown early in the first quarer for his first career pick-six, then added a 52-yard touchdown return in the third quarter to become the first Hawkeye with a pair of pick-sixes in a Big Ten contest...Added three tackles and a pass break-up in the contest...Collects his second career Defensive Player of the Week honor and second in as many weeks, becoming the first Hawkeye to ever garner conference defensive player of the week honors in consecutive weeks...Last Iowa Defensive Player of the Week: Josh Jackson (Nov. 4, 2017). - Big Ten football


11/11/17 - (CB) - *Josh Jackson, rJr, 6-1, 192
In a span of less than two weeks, Iowa defensive back Josh Jackson has put up good numbers for a season. The junior had three interceptions last week in the 25th-ranked Hawkeyes' 55-24 victory against No. 11 Ohio State, and he was just getting started. On Saturday against No. 6 Wisconsin, he returned two interceptions for touchdowns and forced a fumble. The first Pick-6 came on the first series of the game and went for 43 yards. The second came with the Iowa offense having gained just 14 yards and trailing the Badgers 17-7. It went for 52 yards. For the season, Jackson has seven interceptions. - AP College Football


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