Found February 05, 2013 on HawkeyeNation.com:
PLAYERS: Greg Garmon
TEAMS: Iowa Hawkeyes
The Iowa football program received a verbal commitment from Chicago (Simeon) Linebacker Reggie Spearmon on Tuesday night, just hours before the start of signing day which is always the first Wednesday in February. The 6-2/200 pound prospect is a three-star player on a five-star scale at both Scout.com and Rivals.com.  Spearmon originally gave his verbal commitment to Indiana and then to the University of Illinois on August 7th but decided to open things back up a month or so later.  He chose Iowa over Illinois and Syracuse, grabbing a Syracuse hat and then going with the Hawkeyes hat at his school’s press conference. Spearmon is the 20th commit in the Class of 2014, according to this Scout.com database. Matthew Vandeberg is grey shirting, or at least that was the plan as of several weeks ago.  Ferentz said in the fall he expected this class to come in in the high teens.  However, he probably didn’t expect Greg Garmon to transfer at that point in time, which has opened up another ride. The post Hawkeyes Land Reggie Spearmon appeared first on Hawkeye Nation.
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