For the second time in the last month, Cody Ince visited Iowa on Monday. The Wisconsin offensive lineman moved closer to a decision following the stop.
Ince (6-6, 260) picked up his first Big Ten offer from the Hawkeyes during his last visit. He told HN that the family atmosphere and all Iowa offered were among the things that stood out to him.
Monday’s visit reaffirmed those feelings for Ince. He took part in a players-only panel with current Hawkeyes that helped him better understand the environment and culture.
The player panel included offensive linemen Levi and Landan Paulsen. Ince chose not to discuss what they talked about.
“What we said was between us and the players. I took out of the session that Iowa is a great place and the players are a great fit,” Ince told HN.
Ince, who said he’s done with campus visits, talked about where the Hawkeyes stand with him after seeing them in person again.
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“I obviously like them for coming down to visit again,” he said.
Ince said he will choose between Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota State despite Maryland and Purdue being among his recent offers. He has recent visits to Minnesota and NDSU behind him.
When might he announce his choice?
“Whenever I feel comfortable,” he said.
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