Postive Feedback for Meeker

Bryce Meeker was back at Iowa on Saturday for the school's junior day. The junior lineman from Cedar Rapids Prairie spoke with head coach Kirk Ferentz and feels good about where he stands with the Hawkeyes.

Despite visiting Iowa quite a bit, Bryce Meeker continued picking things up about the Hawkeyes at Saturday's junior day.

"I learned a lot about (offensive line coach) Brian Ferentz," the Cedar Rapids Prairie Product said. "I learned that the linemen there don't do anything special, just hard work."

The 6-foot-6, 285-pound lineman has been working hard for an Iowa offer. He's already picked up scholarship opportunities from Northern Iowa and Illinois State.

"I had a meeting with Coach Kirk Ferentz (at junior day)," Meeker said. "He told me that he is very interested and just keep working. I feel very good with where I stand with them."

Meeker listened intently on Saturday as current Iowa players shared their experiences in the program and at the university.

"I just took out that it's not going to be easy," Meeker said. "It's all work from 6 in the morning to 11 at night."

Wisconsin invited Meeker to its junior day on Feb. 1. He has not decided whether or not he will attend.

Meeker said he spent time talking with Waukee's Trevor Allen and Anthony Nelson, Regina Quarterback Drew Cook and Jake Newborg, a 2015 Iowa verbal from Inwood West Lyon, during Iowa's junior day.

"That was good," Meeker said. "It was good meeting them and learning where they are in the recruiting process."

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