Iowa's Epenesa declares for NFL draft (edit: and Wirfs)

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Our prayers have been answered. He is a good player and he'll make an impact in the NFL.
 

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Not sure where he's projected, but the local pro team could use an impact upgrade on the line.
 

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Not sure where he's projected, but the local pro team could use an impact upgrade on the line.
Agreed.
Griffin and joseph were IMO the most unexpected disappointing players of the game
 

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Great player. Won't miss him on the September Friday game with the Hawks.....
 

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Might have single-handedly kept us from Pasadena.
Alleluia! My sentiments exactly. I've been asking when Epenesa will declare for days. Now if only if the other half of the duo Chauncey Golston also declares, that will be considered an early Xmas present.
 
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Tristan Wirfs also declared...outstanding olineman also a likely first round pick...Wirfs, Epenesa, Stone three tough ones to replace.
 

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Selfishly I hoped he would stay, thankfully he’s smart and taking the money. Funny the impact a 5 star recruit can have!
Yeah, not sorry to see him go one bit. He was a beast.
 

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Sounds like basically every expected declaration happened, throughout the Big Ten.
 

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Sounds like basically every expected declaration happened, throughout the Big Ten.
There were a few players who stayed, like Nico Collins at Michigan and Pat Freiermuth at Penn State, but the majority of expected declarations happened.
 

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There were a few players who stayed, like Nico Collins at Michigan and Pat Freiermuth at Penn State, but the majority of expected declarations happened.
Freiermuth won’t be draft eligible until next year, otherwise, I suspect he would have been gone, since he’s going to be mainly a blocker! Haha...
 

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Freiermuth won’t be draft eligible until next year, otherwise, I suspect he would have been gone, since he’s going to be mainly a blocker! Haha...
Huh, you appear to be correct about Freiermuth... But for some reason I saw him all over NFL Draft boards a few weeks back that he was "staying" in school, so I'm not sure what was going on there.
 

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Freiermuth won’t be draft eligible until next year, otherwise, I suspect he would have been gone, since he’s going to be mainly a blocker! Haha...
He could go hang out in the Tight Ends room.
Wait, that sounds explicit....
 

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Freiermuth won’t be draft eligible until next year, otherwise, I suspect he would have been gone, since he’s going to be mainly a blocker! Haha...
I thought he is draft eligible because he went to Prep school and is therefore 3 years removed from high school.
 
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