Indiana linebacker Jack Kiser is getting early interest from in-state schools like Indiana and Indiana State, but the Iowa Hawkeyes were actually the first to take notice of the talented 2019 prospect. The Hawkeyes offered back in mid-May and Kiser finally made the trip to Iowa City to see what all the fuss was about.
"It was great!" Kiser said of the visit. "I got to sit down with the coaches and really find out what Iowa football is all about."
Kiser is fresh off a trip to in-state Indiana a few weeks back and he was impressed with the Hoosiers as well as the Hawkeyes so far this summer.
"It wasn't just one particular thing," Kiser said when asked about what he was impressed by most. "I was everything combined. The staff, facility, and environment was really something special," Kiser noted.
Kiser - who's lead recruiter is recruiting coordinator Kelvin Bell - calls Bell "enjoyable to be around" he also says that he likes that Bell likes what he does.
Iowa, Indiana, and Indiana State are the three offers on the table for Kiser - who doesn't claim any favorites at this point - but Stanford and Purdue have been in contact with the 2019 linebacker.
If the Boilermakers do decide to get in on the action with Kiser they might have a leg up. Kiser has said that his family is a Purdue family.
He is set to hit Stanford next week for a visit.
Kiser is a guy that appears to be a very nice athlete, playing both safety and linebacker on the defensive side of the ball. He also plays quarterback for his Pioneer HS team.
Here is a look at Kiser's Sophomore season highlights: