By Dallas Jones
IOWA CITY, Iowa – Josh Dix is taking his time with his college decision.
The 2022 prospect received a scholarship offer from Iowa in April but his recruitment remains wide open.
“I like the free and fast way Iowa plays,” Dix said. “Fran told me I fit in a Joe Wieskamp/Peter Jok type role,”.
The 6-foot-5, 190-pound guard from Abraham Lincoln High school in Council Bluffs, is bringing in interest from schools across the country, including Utah, Oklahoma, Iowa State, but Iowa is still well in the running.
“I have heard great things about night time in Kinnick, so I’m looking forward to my official visit in the fall,” Dix says.
He is a two-way player, who enjoys running the point guard position as well as off-ball, with the ability to guard all perimeter positions.
“I know Iowa likes to grab the ball and go in transition and that perfectly fits my playstyle,” Dix said. “My NBA comparison would probably be similar to Devin Booker, but I probably play a little more defense.”
The Hawkeyes would like to add another talent to the 2022 class, as point guard Dasonte Bowen out of Wolfeboro, N.H., recently committed.
Bowen is a three-star recruit, per Rivals.com, choosing Iowa over other programs such as Maryland, Georgetown, Miami, and others.