Cronk spent four years in Indiana (2016-19), starting all 40 games in which he played left-handed, before joining Iowa as a transfer to finish in 2020, where he began the first two games of the season in right-handed wrestling. . Injuries have forced him to miss all but six games in the last two seasons. In 2018, he was part of Hussein’s foul, which ranked No. 2 in the Big Ten and tied for No. 24 nationally in first game declines (23.5) and № 3 in the conference (конферен 36 nationally) at switching (257.8 ypg.).
Diet, Black Creek, Wisconsin, born, played in 42 games with 39 starts in Wisconsin. In 201
Gaither played in 44 games with 27 starts in San Jose and was a two-time All-Mountain West award (first team in 2020 and honorable mention in 2019). He ended his career on San Jose’s career rosters for receiving TD (equal to number 2 with 18), receiving yards (№ 4 with 2227) and general admissions (№ 11 with 135). Goethe set a school record for consecutive games with TD admission in 2019 with six.
Heflin spent most of his collegiate career in Northern Illinois (2016-19) before graduating in Iowa (2020) as a transfer transfer. He started all eight games last season, recording 21 battles (13 solo) with 3.5 games to lose and sack. In 2019, at NIU, Heflin was named an honorary All-America award by Pro Football Focus, won awards for all PFF first-team conferences, was selected for the second All-Mid American Conference team by league coaches, and was selected as a defensive NIU Player of the Year coaching staff.
Camp saw action in 46 games with 29 starts for Michigan, registering 81 battles (31 solos), 10 games to lose, 4.5 sacks and recovery. He was a two-time team captain (2019-20), named the third All-Big Ten team (2019), named the team’s best player in defense (2018) and was a four-time All-Big Ten academic selection (2017- 20). Kemp set career highs in 2019 in battles (40), solo battles (15) and loss battles (4.5).
Forward played for Illinois from 2017-19, appearing in 37 games with 26 starts, all of which came in his last two seasons. His team’s fall season was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, but he played in the Reese Senior Bowl. In 2019, Uphoff started all 15 games, placed 4th in the team with 70 games, tied for No. 3 with two INTs and also recorded seven saves, 5.5 games to lose and an average of 29.5 yards. in six rematch with a length of 59 yards. He was a selection of the honorary award for the 2018 All Missouri Valley football conference.