Logan Jones Wins 4A Shot Put, Excited for Iowa Official

May 18, 2019

Written by Rob Howe

DES MOINES, Iowa – Logan Jones received his first taste of the Iowa-Iowa State rivalry Friday here at Drake Stadium. The Hawkeye recruit came out on top.

The junior from Council Bluffs Lewis Central won the Class 4A shot put title here at the state track meet with winning throw of 60-02. West Des Moines Valley senior and Cyclone recruit Jake Remsburg (59-07) finished second.

HN caught up with Jones after his victory to talk Iowa football, his upcoming official visit, his relationship with other Class of ’20 Hawkeye commitments and more.

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