Cronk He spent four years at Indiana (2016-19) starting all 40 games he played with a left-hand battle before joining Iowa as a migration graduate in 2020, where he started the first two games of the season with Heading right An injury made him miss the entire game. But six games over the past two seasons in 2018, he was part of Hoosier’s offense who ranked 2nd on the Big Ten and ranked 24th in the country in first downs per game (23.5) and The third time at the meeting (36th time at the national level) on the passage of penetration (257.8 years).
Dietzen, Black Creek, Vis, native, played in 42 games, with 39 games starting in Wisconsin in 2016-17.He played 23 games, 20 starting at the left card, then in 2018, all 12 started. Game where the fight on the left After leaving the 2018 season due to an injury, Dietzen returned in 2020 and started a total of seven games. (Four games on the left card, two times at the left fight, one on the right card) Last season he played 437 snaps, the third most played by UW players.
Gaither Playing in 44 games, 27 starting at San Jose State and winning the All-Mountain West twice (first team in 2020 and consolation prize in 2019), he ended his career on the San Jose State career list. Sees for a TD reception (2nd vs. 18th), yard reception (No. 4 vs 2,227), and all reception (No. 11 vs 135). Gaither set the school record for consecutive games by welcoming TDs in 2019 with six.
Heflin Spending most of his college career at Northern Illinois (2016-19) before graduating in Iowa (2020) as a graduate. He started a total of eight games last season, recording 21 tackles (13 singles) with 3.5 tackles for losses and sacks in 2019 at NIU Heflin won an All-America honorable mention from the Pro. Football Focus won the All-Mid American Conference first team from the PFF, was named the second All-Mid American Conference team by the league’s coaches, and was named NIU Defensive Player of the Year by a coaching staff.
Kemp It saw action in 46 games, with 29 appearances for Michigan, registering 81 tackles (31 solos), 10 tackles for losses, 4.5 sacks and a groping recovery. He was a two-time team captain (2019-20), was selected as the third All-Big Ten (2019) team, which is named the team’s most improved player in defense (2018. ) And was selected four times by the Academic All-Big Ten (2017-20), Kemp scored the career highest in 2019 in tackles (40), single tackles (15) and tackles for loss (4.5). )
Uphoff Playing for Illinois from 2017-19, appearing in 37 games with 26 appearances, all of which reached his final two seasons. His team’s fall was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, but he played in Reese’s Senior Bowl in 2019. Uphoff started a total of 15 games, ranking fourth on the team with tackles. He also recorded seven passes, 5.5 tackles for losses and averaged 29.5 yards on six kick-off returns with a 59 yards long he was selected. Honorable mention of the 2018 All-Missouri Valley Football Conference