Iowa senior DE Drew Ott has been named to the 2015 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List, presented annually to the national defensive player of the year.
Iowa senior TE Jake Duzey is the No. 4 senior tight end draft prospect in the nation, believes ESPN's Mel Kiper.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang notes that Iowa junior CB Desmond King reminds him of "former Iowa standout - and current Green Bay Packers defensive back - Micah Hyde."
While scouts will appreciate the "versatility" Iowa redshirt senior C Austin Blythe has shown at Iowa, he "projects best at center in the NFL," CBS Sports' Rob Rang observes.
Iowa senior DE Drew Ott's "frame, strength and toughness could make him positon and scheme versatile in the eyes of scouts," CBS Sports' Rob Rang observes.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes Iowa has three defensive backs who will garner at least mid-round draft grades.
Iowa senior TE Jake Duzey "is a difficult matchup down the field," observes NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
ESPN writers Dan Murphy and Austin Ward believe Iowa senior Drew Ott is the second best DE in the Big Ten behind Ohio State's Joey Bosa.
Sports on Earth's Matt Brown ranks Iowa senior DE Drew Ott as the No. 20 defensive end in college football.
NFL Media ranks Iowa HC Kirk Ferentz as having the No. 9 hottest seat in college football.
Iowa was 97th in adjusted line yards on offense during the 2014 season despite starting Brandon Scherff (No. 5 pick) and Andrew Donnal (4th round pick).
Iowa sophomore CB Malik Rucker has decided to transfer from the program.
Rams signed Iowa DT Louis Trinca-Pasat.
ESPN's Mel Kiper gave the Redskins an "A-" draft grade and wrote that Washington, the softest team in the league last year in his estimation, "got a lot tougher on both sides of the ball in the first two rounds."
Rams selected Iowa G/T Andrew Donnal with the No. 119 overall pick in the 2015 draft.