Breaking down commit Samson Evan’s play and looking at Iowa’s depth chart

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Breaking down Samson Evans

Rob Howe of broke down the play of Class of 2018 commit Samson Evans. He isn’t the easiest player to evaluate. Samson is a high school quarterback moving to wide receiver in college. Samson’s acceleration and lateral movements impressed Howe. Both should translate to receiver.

The essentials

Land of 10 takes a look at the Hawkeyes depth chart for Illinois week. The big questions are at punter and about safety Brandon Snyder’s return. Land of 10 offers some answers.

Film session

What is going wrong with the running game? What does quarterback Nate Stanley needs to work on? Land of 10 tackles both questions in the latest Iowa film room.

A look into the future

Chris Cuellar of the Des Moines Register recapped how the weekend went for Iowa football commitments. He leads off with a look at the guys in the trenches. Defensive tackle Tyler Linderbaum and guard Jeff Jenkins continued strong senior seasons last Friday.

Big Ten rankings

Mike Hlas of the Cedar Rapids Gazette ranked every Big Ten team on Monday. Where did he put Iowa? Here is a hint: Only one team with three wins is ranked below them.

The more you know

Jeremiah Davis of the Cedar Rapids Gazette put together five things to know in advance of Illinois visiting Iowa on Saturday. One of which is about the change at quarterback for the Fighting Illini.

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