Iowa hit the recruiting trail hard in their bye week, especially in the 2019 class. They offered a handful of current high school sophomores, with one being from the Hawkeye state. Kirk Ferentz and his staff extended a scholarship to Council Bluffs (Iowa) Lewis Central quarterback Max Duggan.
It was Duggan's first offer of his process and one that he does not take lightly. He did not get a visit from the coaching staff but has been in contact with the head coach of the Hawkeyes.
"No coach visited me or came to my game," Duggan said. "I learned of the offer when I talked to Coach Ferentz during the week. He said that he and his coaching staff have been watching us throughout the season. He said that he'd like for me to be a Hawkeye."
As can be expected, the Iowa native has a lot of interest in the Hawkeyes.
"I've always followed them," Duggan admitted. "They develop their kids on and off the field in a great way."
Not only is he very interested in Iowa but Duggan will be a visitor for the Nebraska game at the end of the season.