The Iowa Recruiting Command Center is a new feature on Hawkeye Insider that will be posted every Monday morning. It will share all the pertinent recruiting information on Iowa football and basketball that we have collected. We have enough information where we're posting an extra one for today!
The new feature will highlight the important visits, important information gathered by sources and the prospects, where the Iowa staff will be, who they are targeting, and their chances on some of the top targets.
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STORY BEHIND THE SCENES
Read up on the story of how it all came together for the newest Iowa commits and what was going on behind the scenes as they were all preparing to make their decisions. Learn the plans, the changes, and what parts of the plan have yet to be revealed.
AN UPDATE ON A 4-STAR PLANNING ANOTHER VISIT TO IOWA
There's another four-star prospect that Iowa has targeted that is hopeful to visit the Hawkeyes for a third time in July. Find out more inside!
LATEST ON TEXAS CB COMMIT KOBE BOYCE
There was certainly some smoke out there between Iowa and Texas cornerback commit Kobe Boyce as he visited the Hawkeyes over the weekend. What's going on with his pledge to the Longhorns now? Hawkeye Insider has that information inside.
THE BUZZ ON WR OLIVER MARTIN
Kirk Ferentz pulled the trigger on an offer to the Iowa City West standout a week ago today. What's the buzz surrounding Martin now? It appears two teams are in play and another could be beginning to become involved. Find out more here.
SOURCE ON NEW WR COMMIT GAVIN HOLMES
Hear what a source connected to Texas High School Football had to say of the talent and ability of new Iowa wideout commit Gavin Holmes of Justin (Texas). It was very glowing.
Iowa now has jumped up to 14 commits in the class. There's about three available scholarships on the roster unaccounted for in addition to the 13 seniors who will graduate after the season. That leaves 16 spots with a few more likely to open up due to standard attrition rates. The Hawkeyes are in a position that they'll be unable to take everyone that may want in the class. They also have some decisions to make in terms of how many to take at certain positions. Hawkeye Insider breaks it down inside.