Keep an eye on these college football recruits and prospects subsequent week during Iowa boys' state basketball


Waverly-Shell Rock’s 6-foot-5, 240-pound youth defensive finish has a intensity to be one of a state’s tip 2019 recruits.
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Beyond a deep pool of college basketball talent, subsequent week’s Iowa boys’ state basketball contest also facilities some of a state’s tip college-bound football talent.

Here’s a breakdown:

Jack Campbell, LB, 2019

Cedar Falls, Class 4A

The many renouned linebacker in Iowa starts for Cedar Falls, that drew a No. 3 seed in 4A and will play No. 6 Sioux City East in a quarterfinals. Campbell is averaging 6.8 points per diversion and leads a group with 6 rebounds per game. The 6-3, three-star prospect told a Register he’s down to Iowa, Iowa State and Minnesota for football, and that he’ll make a preference during some indicate after Cedar Falls’ basketball deteriorate ends. The 247Sports Composite ranks Campbell the No. 6 in-state awaiting for 2019.

Mosai Newsom, DE, 2019

Waverly-Shell Rock, Class 3A

Newsom starts in a post for Waverly-Shell Rock, that drew a No. 7 seed in 3A will play No. 2 Mount Pleasant in a quarterfinals. He enters state averaging 8.7 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. Several members of Iowa’s coaching staff came to watch he and Campbell face off when Cedar Falls played Waverly-Shell Rock this season. Newsom only picked adult an offer from Nebraska. The 6-6, three-star prospect already hold offers from Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. He hasn’t mentioned a timetable for his decision. The 247Sports Composite ranks Newsom a No. 4 in-state awaiting for 2019.

Tyler Endres, OL, Iowa 2019 recruit

Norwalk, Class 3A

Endres starts in a post for Norwalk, that drew a No. 5 seed and will play No. 4 Glenwood in a quarterfinals. He’s averaging 8.8 points and 5.7 rebounds per game. The 6-7 Hawkeye signee is a No. 2 in-state 2019 prospect, according to a 247Sports Composite. He committed to Iowa final Jun over Iowa State, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Logan Klemp, LB, Iowa 2018 signee

South Hamilton, Class 2A

Klemp averages 5.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per diversion for South Hamilton, that drew a No. 4 seed in 2A and will play No. 5 Aplington-Parkersburg in a quarterfinals. The 6-3, two-star linebacker picked adult a late offer from Iowa and sealed with a Hawkeyes on Feb. 7. He’s partial of Iowa’s four-member 2018 category of linebackers, along with Dillon Doyle, Seth Benson and Jayden McDonald.

Nathan Nelson, DE, Iowa 2018 elite walk-on

Norwalk, Class 3A

Nelson starts in a do-it-all role for Waukee, that drew a No. 4 seed in 4A and will play No. 5 Johnston in a quarterfinals. He averages 10.9 points and 4.7 rebounds. The 6-7 defensive end committed to Iowa as a elite walk-on. He’s a younger hermit of stream Hawkeye defensive finish Anthony Nelson, who also starred during Waukee in basketball.

Quinn Schulte, ATH, 2019

Cedar Rapids Xavier, Class 3A

Schulte starts in a versatile role for Xavier, that drew a No. 1 seed in 3A and will play No. 8 Marion in a quarterfinals. He averages 5.6 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game. He was one of a Register’s 3 All-Iowa football actor of a year finalists after heading Xavier to a 3A title. He plays quarterback and safety, and his college destiny expected resides in a secondary. He holds an offer from South Dakota State, and he recently got invited to The Nike Opening regionals. Keep an eye on this child for intensity Iowa and Iowa State offers down a line.

Matthew Bain covers college football and basketball recruiting for a Des Moines Register. He also helps out with Iowa and Iowa State football and basketball coverage for HawkCentral and Cyclone Insider. Contact him at and follow him on Twitter @MatthewBain_.

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