Brock Schott Discusses Iowa Football Offer
Hawkeyes Step Forward for '25 IN TE
Brock Schott’s stock is steadily rising. The Class of 2025 tight end/defensive end from Indiana is reporting scholarship offers on a consistent basis.
Iowa Football came forward with an offer on Wednesday. Minnesota did the same a day earlier. Miami (FL) jumped in last month with Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue, Cincinnati, Michigan State and Louisville also having offered this calendar year.
“I found out today when I talked to (Iowa’s) coach,” Schott said of his newest offer. “He said he really liked my film and that I would fit in good with how they play.”
Hawkeye defensive line coach Kelvin Bell recruits Indiana for the program. Abdul Hodge coaches tight ends.
Schott (6-3, 215) could end up helping a college program on offense or defense. His Hudl highlights and basketball prowess speak to his athleticism.
“I like how physical Iowa is on both sides of the ball,” he said.
Ohio State, Wisconsin, Indiana and Purdue have played host to Schott for visits. He’s thought about an Iowa stop now that he has an offer.
“I think I’ll visit but not sure when I will do that,” he said. “I want to find out more about how (the Hawkeyes) would utilize my position.”
Schott is just finishing up his sophomore year in high school, so there’s no rush. He can get to know coaches, programs and colleges.
“The most important factor in picking a school would be how I fit in with the coaches and where I would learn and grow the most, not just for football but life in general,” he said.