By Tyler Devine
IOWA CITY, Iowa – Titus Cram still has over two years left in his high school career, but the 2024 prospect already has his first scholarship offer.
Cram, a native of Bondurant, Iowa, received the offer during a visit to Iowa over the weekend.
“It still feels unreal,” Cram said. “One of my biggest goals in life is to not have my parents pay for my college. This is a big step to that. I’m excited. I still can’t believe it.
“My family are big Iowa fans, so they were super excited for me and that meant a lot to me.”
More offers will come, but the 5-foot-11, 187-pound Cram said Iowa being the first will always keep the Hawkeyes in the conversation.
“They will definitely be in the hot zone for my top picks,” Cram said.
Cram said he is also getting attention from Iowa State, Florida State and Louisville.
Cram was on campus on Saturday for Iowa’s 30-7 victory over Kent State.
“The atmosphere was great and the coaches were super nice,” Cram said. “You can tell that they’re coaches for the players.”
Through four games this season, Cram has 584 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns on 65 carries. On defense, he has 17.5 tackles. He also has made a 38-yard field goal.