So how does Iowa become a player in the recruiting of Washington-area players? The Hawkeyes signed three local players to National Letters-of-Intent, the same number as the University of Maryland. DeMatha defensive tackle Darian Cooper and defensive back Jordan Lomax signed with Iowa, as did McNamara cornerback Nico Law. Law...
Just got off the phone with the latest Iowa recruit, DeMatha defensive tackle Darian Cooper, who said that his official visit to campus and his interaction with coaches made the difference in his choice. "My relationship with the coaching staff has been amazing - Coach [Kirk] Ferentz, [linebackers] coach [Darrell]...
(2009 photo of Nico Law with McNamara Coach Bryce Bevill by Mark Gail/The Washington Post) Nico Law / McNamara defensive back / Statistics Had a stellar season, posting 106 tackles (29 for loss) with 11 sacks, despite playing on a winless team. Also intercepted three passes, returning two for...
Josh Barr reports that DeMatha's Darian Cooper, a second team All-Met defensive tackle, will sign with Iowa. Cooper chose the Hawkeyes over Michigan State and joins a handful of other D.C. area players heading to Iowa: DeMatha defensive back Jordan Lomax and McNamara defensive back Nico Law. For an up-to-date...
OT Cyrus Kouandjio down to Alabama, Auburn;DT Darian Cooper down to Iowa, Michigan State; RB Delonte Morton bound for juco instead of Maryland
DeMatha Coach Bill McGregor says that uncommitted linemen Cyrus Kouandjio and Darian Cooper are struggling to make a final decision but both seem to have narrowed their choices to two schools. The period for high school seniors to formally accept scholarship offers and sign binding National Letters-of-Intent begins Wednesday. Kouandjio,...
| February 1, 2011; 5:48 PM ET |
Categories: Alabama, Auburn, Cyrus Kouandjio, Darian Cooper, DeMatha, Delonte Morton, Football, Iowa, Jordan Lomax, Maryland, Michigan State, Virginia
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Nico Law never played organized football until he reached high school. Now, after two years on the JV and one on the varsity, McNamara's rising senior defensive back is trying to decide between 16 scholarship offers. "My coach told me I should have a lot more to come," Law said....
| August 3, 2010; 11:13 AM ET |
Categories: Bishop McNamara, Cincinnati, Football, Illinois, Iowa, Louisville, Maryland, Nico Law, Rutgers, Virginia, West Virginia
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