Iowa Preps has learned that the coaches at the University of Iowa have
extended their second in-state scholarship offer in the Class of 2014.
Which elite player proved before his junior season that he is deserving of a
scholarship from the Hawkeyes? Find out now!
Following their camp on Sunday, the Iowa football coaches have made Indianola
offensive lineman Keegan Render the second in-state athlete in the Class of 2014
to receive an offer (Find
out where Render is ranked among out top 140 in the Class of 2014).
Render will line up at tackle this season for the Indians and has been a two
year starter in the CIML at the varsity level.
Listed at 6-foot-3, 310 pounds, Render will likely move to guard or center at
the college level. As a sophomore, he was named Elite All CIML, first team
All CIML Central, as well as third team All State honors by IowaPreps.com.
Indianola coach Eric Kluver said this about Render and his future on the
gridiron: "Keegan is a big, physical football player with excellent feet and a
strong work ethic. With two years of high school football remaining the sky is
the limit for Keegan."
With an offer already out to Cedar Falls offensive lineman Ross Pierschbacher, it is obvious the priority that Iowa is making the line in the
Class of 2014. Render also becomes the sixth known CIML player heading
into the 2012 season to boast a BCS scholarship offer.
More links of interest
Talk High School Football Now!
Preseason Football Coverage
Iowa's Top 200 in 2013
Iowa's Top 140 in 2014
2012 4A Previews
2012 Team Previews