He’s moving from Alabama to Iowa

He’s moving from Alabama to Iowa

Hawkeyes fans are celebrating today. They’ve just secured a huge prospect from the transfer portal – a name that fans have been dying to hear will be joining (áá1- SHOTááá) (áJeffááá) He took a circuitous route to get here. But Caden Proctor finally became an Iowa Hawkeye. Proctor announced today that he is transferring from Alabama. The former Southeast Polk star started all 14 games for the Crimson Tide last season and was a freshman All-American in some posts. If you remember when Proctor was still in high school, he was long-time committed to Iowa State before making a last-minute head to Alabama. The fans weren’t happy but Proctor says he maintained a good relationship with the Hawkeye team and that played a major role in his comeback. <<... Result: It definitely helped.”

Iowa Football: Caden Proctor announces commitment to Hawkeyes

He may have taken a circuitous route to get to Iowa City, but former Southeast Polk great Kaden Proctor is finally a Hawkeye. Proctor, a former 5-star high school offensive tackle, committed to the University of Iowa but turned national powerhouse at Alabama. , announced that he would finally – officially – become Hawkeye. Proctor spent one season in Tuscaloosa where he started every game at tackle as a true freshman for the SEC champions. He announced his intention to enter the transfer portal on Wednesday, January 17, one week after legendary coach Nick Saban retired. Iowa State finished the 2023 season 10-4 after a Citrus Bowl loss to Tennessee. The Hawkeyes will have a new offensive coordinator next year following the October announcement that Brian Ferentz’s contract will not be renewed. ‘It’s got to get better’: Kirk Ferentz talks about the quarterbacks and offense in the Citrus Bowl after the game

He may have taken a circuitous route to get to Iowa City, but former Southeast Polk player Caden Proctor is finally a Hawkeye.

Proctor, a former 5-star high school offensive tackle who committed to the University of Iowa but transferred to national powerhouse Alabama, has announced that he will finally — officially — become a Hawkeye.

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Proctor spent one season in Tuscaloosa where he started every game at tackle as a true freshman for the SEC champions. He announced his intention to enter the transfer portal on Wednesday, January 17, one week after legendary coach Nick Saban retired.

Iowa finished the 2023 season 10-4 after dropping the Citrus Bowl to Tennessee. The Hawkeyes will have a new offensive coordinator next year after the October announcement that Brian Ferentz’s contract would not be renewed.

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