Proctor explains the decision to leave Iowa for Alabama

Kadyn Proctor has officially signed with the University of Alabama and is receiving criticism for it. Rated the No. 1 offensive lineman in the nation and No. 5 player overall, the Southeast Polk senior was verbally committed to the University of Iowa again on June 30 but announced the change on Tuesday. On Wednesday, he signed with Alabam and explained his decision, “When I was going to Iowa, I felt like I was settled. I was comfortable with what I knew with all the people and coaches there,” Proctor said. “I didn’t really make up my mind. Six, seven months later, before signing day, when I went there (to Alabama) and saw everything that was set up for me. It’s not about the money. If people knew about the financial situation, they wouldn’t talk about it. I want to I play football at a prestigious school. There’s a lot of competition out there, and it’s ultimately going to make me better.” Alabama has 26 five-and-four-stars coming in, plus it’s the highest in the nation. Iowa does not have any five-star players and not one four-star player. Proctor, who is just 17, told KCCI’s Jeff Dubroff about the hate he received on social media. Maddox Borcherding Johnson. They also acquired two Michigan transfers as previously reported: QB Cade McNamara and TE Erick All. 247 Sports ranks it 37th in the nation, and the ISU class is held by a couple of Ankeny Hawks. QB JJ Kohl is a 4-star QB ranked in the top 10 nationally. He signed teammate Jamison Patton as collateral, as did record-setting SEP RB Abu Sama. The ISU class is ranked 45th out of 247 Sports.

Kadyn Proctor has officially signed with the University of Alabama and is receiving criticism for it. The Southeast Polk senior player has been rated the No. 1 offensive lineman in the nation and No. 5 player overall.

He verbally committed to the University of Iowa again on June 30 but announced the change on Tuesday. On Wednesday, he signed with Alabam and explained his decision.

“When I was going to Iowa, I felt like I was settling down. I was comfortable with what I knew with all the people and coaches there,” Proctor said. “I didn’t really make up my mind. Six, seven months later, before signing day, when I went there (to Alabama) and saw everything that was set up for me. It’s not about the money. If people knew about the financial situation, they wouldn’t talk about it. I want to I play soccer at a prestigious school. There is a lot of competition out there, and it will eventually make me better.”

Alabama has 26 five- and four-star players, plus it has the nation’s highest scoring career. Iowa does not have any five-star players and not one four-star player. Proctor, who is only 17, told Jeff Dubroff of the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry about the hate he received on social media.

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Iowa still has several three-star players within the state, including Iowa City LB Ben Quitter, Harlan LB Aidan Hall, and Norwalk DL Maddox Borcherding Johnson. They also acquired two Michigan transfers as previously reported: QB Cade McNamara and TE Erick All. 247 Sports ranked the class 37 in the nation.

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Heading the ISU class are a couple of Ankeny Hawks. QB JJ Kohl is a 4-star QB ranked in the top 10 nationally. Teammate Jamison Button signed as a safety.

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He also signed RB Abu Sama who set a record SEP. The ISU class is ranked 45th out of 247 Sports.

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