A rundown of the Des Moines Register's High School Football Super 10 Rankings for the 2018 postseason. Cody Goodwin, email@example.com
Here's a class-by-class breakdown of the top prospects to keep your eyes on during the Iowa state football playoffs:
Gavin Williams, RB, 2020: The four-star running back holds offers from Iowa, Iowa State, Michigan and Nebraska, plus interest from Notre Dame. His numbers this year weren't eye-popping, and he could benefit from a big game.
Brady Petersen, OL, 2020, Centennial: Petersen is an athletic, 6-foot-5, 260-pound offensive tackle with interest from Iowa and Iowa State.
Cedar Rapids Prairie
Keegan Simmons, RB/ATH, 2019: At 6-2 and 205, this running back could also project as a linebacker or safety. Northern Iowa has offered and Iowa is showing interest.
Jace Andregg, WR/ATH, 2020:Andregg emerged on the scene last spring with his eye-popping numbers at Nike's The Opening regional. He's no doubt a Division I athlete, but coaches still need to see receiver-specific skills develop.
Nathan Newcomb, LB, 2019: Regional FCS and Division II programs are looking at Newcomb, a productive 6-3 linebacker.
Anthony Coleman, DB, 2019: Coleman is a North Dakota State recruit.
West Des Moines Valley
Jake Remsburg, OT, 2019: Remsburg is a three-star Iowa State recruit.
Tre Fugate, RB, 2019: Fugate is a speedy back with four NAIA, D-II and junior college offers.
Beau Lombardi, QB, 2019: Lombardi's got nice size (6-3, 230), decent production (1,403 passing yards, 12 scores) and the Lombardi bloodline. No offers yet.
Creighton Mitchell, APB, 2020: He's a prototype all-purpose back, and Iowa, Iowa State, Northwestern and Minnesota are paying attention.
Dayson Clayton, RB, 2021: Clayton has 1,817 rushing yards through his first two seasons. The 6-foot, 200-pound back is on Iowa and Iowa State's radars.
Dalton Schmidt, OL, 2019: The 6-6, 270-pounder holds an Iowa Central offer and some FCS/D-II interest. He has also taken game-day visits to Iowa and Iowa State.
Tysen Kershaw, WR, 2020: Kershaw has a good frame at 6-3, 185, and the prolific receiver took a game-day visit to Iowa this season.
Jayson Murray, RB, 2019: Murray is undersized at 5-8, but his incredible speed has earned offers from Iowa Western and Grand View.
Jesse Alger, OL, 2019: A 6-4, 310-pounder with a D-II offer from Minnesota State.
Jack Campbell, LB, 2019: Campbell is a three-star Iowa recruit.
Logan Wolf, WR, 2019: Wolf is a UNI recruit.
Jackson Leistikow, OL, 2019: Leistikow has FCS interest and D-II offers from Minnesota State, Wayne State and Southwest Minnesota State.
Jackson Frericks, TE, 2019: A 6-7, 205-pounder with D-I interest around the Midwest.
Cedar Rapids Kennedy
Cade Parker, LB, 2020: Parker is too productive not to play college football somewhere — even though he's undersized at 5-11 and 215.
Iowa City West
Cole Mabry, LB, 2019: Mabry is a three-star Army recruit.
Jalen Gaudet, WR/TE, 2019: Gaudet has good size and great production, though he's not overly fast. He visited Iowa last weekend. No offers yet.
Brendan Mott, LB, 2019: The son of former Hawkeye Joe Mott, Brendan visited Iowa City last weekend. Kansas State, Minnesota State and Drake are also showing interest.
Darien Porter, WR, 2019: Bell is a three-star Iowa State recruit.
Griffin Liddle, DT, 2021: A very promising sophomore, Liddle already holds offers from Iowa, Iowa State and Nebraska.
Carter Bell, WR, 2019: Bettendorf's quarterback is being recruited as a receiver. He holds offers from South Dakota and Western Illinois. Iowa likes him, too.
Tyson Strohbeen, OL, 2019: A 6-3, 270-pounder with a UNI offer. He recently visited Iowa, too.
Tyler Endres, OL, 2019: Endres is a four-star Iowa recruit.
Max Duggan, QB, 2019: Duggan is a four-star TCU recruit.
Logan Jones, DL, 2020: A three-star lineman, Jones holds offers from Iowa, Iowa State and Minnesota, plus interest from Notre Dame, Nebraska and Kansas State.
Drake Nettles, K, 2019: Nettles is a preferred walk-on Iowa State recruit.
Nick DeJong, DE, 2019: DeJong holds 10 Group of Five or FCS offers, plus interest from Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State and Minnesota.
Cedar Rapids Xavier
Josh Volk, OL, 2020: Volk, a three-star prospect, holds Iowa and Iowa State offers, plus interest from Michigan State, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State and Vanderbilt.
Ethan Hurkett, LB, 2020: Hurkett is hearing from Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern, South Dakota State and several Ivy League schools, among others.
Quinn Schulte, DB, 2019: Xavier's quarterback is being recruited as a defensive back. He holds a South Dakota State offer, plus interest from Iowa, Iowa State and Western Illinois.
Clear Creek Amana
T.J. Bollers, DE, 2021: Bollers holds offers from Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota and Nebraska, plus interest from Michigan, Northwestern, Michigan State, Penn State, Vanderbilt, Stanford, Notre Dame and Mississippi State, among others.
Coal Flansburg, LB, 2019: Flansburg is a three-star Iowa State recruit.
Adam Bock, LB, 2019: Bock is a South Dakota State recruit.
Mosai Newsom, DE, 2019: Newsom is a three-star Nebraska recruit.
Caleb Siech, OL, 2020: At 6-5 and 280, Siech has visited Iowa a couple times and holds additional interest from Iowa State and Nebraska.
Blaise Gunnerson, DE, 2020: Gunnerson won't be playing due to a torn labrum in his hip, but he holds offers from Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota and Nebraska, plus interest from Notre Dame.
Luke Pinnick, OL, 2021: Iowa State has offered, and Iowa, Iowa State, Notre Dame, Minnesota and Nebraska are interested. Alabama invited him to camp last summer.
Clayton Thurm, OL, 2019: Thurm has a South Dakota offer.
Tyler Miller, OL, 2020: The three-star prospect holds offers from Iowa State, Minnesota, Purdue, Central Florida, Cincinnati and South Dakota State, plus interest from Iowa, Notre Dame and Michigan State.
Spencer Daufeldt, DL, 2019: Daufeldt is an undersized-but-productive defensive tackle with an offer from Minnesota State. He also visited Iowa recently.
Chris Reames, DE, 2019: Reames has 14 offers from FCS, Ivy League and Group of Five programs. He plans to visit Army officially. Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Nebraska and UCLA have shown interest, too.
Beau Cornwell, ATH, 2019: Cornwell plays quarterback for West Branch, but he's also a heck of a kicker. Regional FCS programs and D-IIs are looking at him. He has visited Iowa State and Iowa, too.
Jeff Bowie, DE, 2021: Bowie has a big frame, can run well and deadlifts close to 450 pounds. His physical upside is apparent.
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