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Davis prepared for Shrine practice

On a field full of talented athletes, Keenan Davis believes he's managed to stand out. The Iowa wide receiver says he was well prepared for the week East-West Shrine Game activities and hopes he's made a good impression on the scouts and coaches watching.
Via profootball.scout.com
January 18, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Shrine Game: West Roster Stock Up/Down, Highest Rated, and “Starting Rosters”

The West roster lacked the same impressive, surprising players than the East did, but they still featured a handful of under-the-radar guys that likely will force teams to go back and watch more film. Names like Keith Pough, Khalid Wooten, and Caleb Schrebeis are the ones to learn, as well as which FBS players stepped up. Check here for the players who moved up boards, who moved...
Via Optimum Scouting
January 17, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Shrine Game: West Practice Notes for Tuesday

First off, I’ll just say that combining the fact that it was an “uppers only” practice and I got the chance to meet up and talk with Steve Muench of Scouts Inc for a long while, my West notes today are lacking more than expected. However, Keenan Davis impressed, two smaller school receiver struggled, Terry Hawthorne and Zeke Motta flashed, an update on Manase Foketi, and...
Via Optimum Scouting
January 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Prime Cuts: Hawks Talk

Iowa players James Vanderberg, Keenan Davis, Mark Weisman and other meet with the media on Tuesday. Here's a selection of Prime Cuts from that gathering.
Via iowa.scout.com
October 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Prime Cuts: Iowa Players

Video interview highlights from Vandenberg, Weisman, Kirksey, Keenan Davis and others from Iowa press conference before Michigan State game.
Via iowa.scout.com
October 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Hawkeyes seek better passing game against Iowa St

(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By LUKE MEREDITH AP Sports Writer Nearly everyone assumed Iowa would lean on senior quarterback James Vandenberg until the rest of the offense found its footing under new coordinator Greg Davis One week into the season and the Hawkeyes' stagnant passing game is a major concern with Iowa State (1-0) visiting Kinnick Stadium on Saturday. Iowa ...
Via AP on Fox
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

8 Hawkeyes make it onto Phil Steele preseason All-Big 10 teams

TweetPhil Steele released his preseason All Big Ten selections and 8 Hawkeyes made it onto one of the teams. Steele had 4 teams for offense, defense and special teams. Two Hawkeyes made it onto his first teams which was wide receiver Keenan Davis and safety Micah Hyde. The Hawkeyes that made it onto his teams come as no surprise because they are expected to be major contributors...
Via The Hawk Talk
May 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Is Keenan Davis going to be Iowa’s next first round draft pick in 2013?

Tweet It is never too early to look ahead to next year and see if any current Iowa Hawkeye players could potentially be the programs next first round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. After the 2012 NFL Draft, the Iowa Hawkeyes have had three straight players drafted in the first round (2010 Bryan Bulaga, 2011 Adrian Clayborn and 2012 Riley Reiff) and there is a real possibility that streak...
Via The Hawk Talk
May 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Iowa should have second-leading receiver vs. Purdue

As Iowa clings to a sliver of hope in the Big Ten Legends (chuckle) race, the Hawkeyes should have one of their top threats in the passing game come the weekend. Wide receiver Keenan Davis aggravated an ankle injury in the loss to Michigan State last Saturday, but head coach Kirk Ferentz seems optimistic Davis…
Via College Football Talk
November 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Hawkeye Links | Davis, McCall In, Fire Ferentz? Plus More

That's right, Chris Steinbach, of the Muscatine Journal, writes that "All good things come to an end." Chris asks "Fire Ferentz?" I say asks because he used the ever useful question mark. Chris also uses hard hitting supporting arguments like "And no one should be willing to accept a 5-7 record when Coach Kirk Ferentz is paid $3.5 million annually."...
Via Planned Sick Days
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss
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