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Michigan was in last week to look at the two Southeast Polk sophomores, the safety and the quarterback. They also looked at the freshman kid
 

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Thanks for the names. The non-SE Polk groupies found that post really informative.
Shouldnt be hard for you to figure out. Iowa state has already offered at least one of them
 

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Much harder than for you to just type the names.
The quarterback is former Iowa linebacker Mike daily's kid. To be honest, I don't know the other two kids names. I do know the safetys father ran track at Iowa State
 

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The quarterback is former Iowa linebacker Mike daily's kid. To be honest, I don't know the other two kids names. I do know the safetys father ran track at Iowa State
Xavier Nwankpa Is soph
 

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On the left is sophomore Nwankpa. He's got an offer from Notre Dame, among other schools. The far right is Isaiah Wagner, senior receiver walking on to Iowa. The middle is 9th grader Kadyn Proctor. The three visited last month iirc. Proctor dressed for the last few varsity games but didn't see action. He won't be 15 until next summer. 6'6", 260. Jaxon Dailey is also a soph and has visited. He started at QB.
 
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On the left is sophomore Nwankpa. He's got an offer from Notre Dame, among other schools. The far right is Isaiah Wagner, senior receiver walking on to Iowa. The middle is 9th grader Kadyn Proctor. The three visited last month iirc. Proctor dressed for the last few varsity games but didn't see action. He won't be 15 until next summer. 6'6", 260. Jaxon Dailey is also a soph and has visited. He started at QB.
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On the left is sophomore Nwankpa. He's got an offer from Notre Dame, among other schools. The far right is Isaiah Wagner, senior receiver walking on to Iowa. The middle is 9th grader Kadyn Proctor. The three visited last month iirc. Proctor dressed for the last few varsity games but didn't see action. He won't be 15 until next summer. 6'6", 260. Jaxon Dailey is also a soph and has visited. He started at QB.
Wagner looks to me like he deserves a scholarship.
 

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The freshman is the one I've mentioned a few dozen times over the years. His recruitment will be a circus. He might become the most highly recruited Iowa hs football player ever.
 
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Those three don't look happy to be there
 

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The freshman is the one I've mentioned a few dozen times over the years. His recruitment will be a circus. He might become the most highly recruited Iowa hs football player ever.
What position would he play in college?
 

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Nwankpa visited Ames this week. Now that I see it written out, I remember his dad running track at ISU, just finishing his career when I went there.

Nwankpa ran an 11.64 in the 100-meter dash as a freshman and posted Southeast Polk’s top long jump as a freshman at 20 feet, two inches. His work on the track follows in the footsteps of his father, Frank Nwankpa, whose name is listed in Iowa State’s track record books on seven different occasions.


“He talks about his indoor 200-meter and indoor 55-meter record. [We] used to go to a bunch of games every year with my dad and we always go to the indoor track,” Nwankpa said. “[The offer] meant a lot. It boosted my confidence a lot having something that very few people get the opportunity to have. Also was huge for my family since my dad went there and was a stud sprinter.”
 
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