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February 6, 2013
Iowa's Top Offensive Players in the Class of 2014
Signing Day 2013 might be here but the top junior football players across the state continued to be looked at by college coaches around the country. Iowa Preps takes an in-depth look at the top offensive players in the Class of 2014 now in this FREE article!
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Eli Dunne of Grinnell, Jacob Sobotka of Mount Ayr, Trent Solsma of Sioux City Heelan, and Sam Straub of Ames are among a few others to keep an eye on as well.
West Des Moines Valley running back Tyus Mason has played a big role for the Tigers over the last few years and he was in attendance at the recent University of Iowa Junior Day. He rushed for 1,163 yards while finding the end zone ten times. As for small school athletes, don't forget about Brady Frey of Aplington-Parkersburg and Clayton Plowman of Adair-Casey.
Many felt the eventual 4A champions from Ankeny were only seniors but wide receiver Marshall Clark has been the go-to wide out for the Hawks over the last two years. He bounced back from mono early in the year to end as one of the top wide outs in the state. Mitch Steger of Dyersville-Beckman, Connor Niles of Sioux City Heelan, and Alex Brammer of Ames are all playmakers as well.
Southeast Polk tight end Tate Christensen is a unique prospect as well due to his size and speed. His name will be repeated frequently for the Rams this spring on the track.
Keegan Render of Indianola remains the most sought after undecided junior with offers from Iowa and Iowa State. He appears to be taking his time before making a college decision and will be working hard to learn more about what both programs have to offer.
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