Iowa Visits Moran

Kentrail Moran's recruitment got off to a fast start and just keeps picking up steam. Iowa stopped his Illinois high school on Wednesday to meet with the talented 2016 running back. He talked with HI about what was said and his Hawkeye interest.

Iowa likes to run the football. So, too, does Kentrail Moran.

The sophomore running back from O'Fallon (IL) High met with Hawkeye assistant Jim Reid at his school Wednesday. Moran liked what he heard.

"He said they run the ball a lot. They want me to come down to a camp and meet the staff," the 5-foot-11, 193-pounder said. rates Moran a four-star prospect on its five-star scale. With two years of high school left to play, he already reports scholarship offers from Illinois, Cincinnati and Syracuse.

"I'm taking recruiting slowly. I'm not trying to rush through it," Moran said.

Moran said he hasn't decided whether or not he will camp at Iowa. He is intrigued by their offense and hopes to get to visit as many schools as he can this summer. .

"Finding out how everything works in (each program's) system is what I'm trying to find out," Moran said.

College coaches deliver a similar message when saying what they like about Moran's ability.

"My strength is running the ball, getting downhill and just being an athlete in space," he said.

Moran rushed for 1,140 yards and 12 touchdowns as a sophomore. He's been clocked running the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds.

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