Recruiting Rundown

October 10, 2009

Written by Jon Miller

A look around the country at some of the prospects that have committed to Iowa and how they did on Friday night:

RB Marcus Coker had a huge game for Dematha.

“213 yards on 25 carries, it was his fifth 100-yard game this season and his third with at least 200 yards. When It Matters Most: Coker gained 132 yards on five carries — scoring three touchdowns — in the fourth quarter.”

AJ Derby and City High back to winning by big margin

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Solon’s James Morris can play QB, too.–  Solon’s QB tore his ACL midweek in practice, so Morris was the fill in QB…..8-8 for over 100 yards.

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