Iowa Hawkeye Football: 5 Guys Who Need a Great Spring Performance

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Iowa Hawkeye Football: 5 Guys Who Need a Great Spring Performance

Iowa football spring practice is scheduled to begin March 24 with the culmination of the practices—the open-to-the-public spring scrimmage—scheduled for April 14.

A number of players will need to step up during that key block of the football program's schedule.

This is especially true of underclassmen and young players looking to make a name for themselves.

While upperclassmen and seniors get their feet wet, they are never the focus of spring ball. For example, Marvin McNutt missed 2011 spring practices, yet he still had a record-setting year in the season that followed.

Expect the same in 2012.

The spring is the time for young players—players the casual fan has often never heard of—to show the coaches what they can do and give themselves a step up for the new season.

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