April 2, 2012
Michigan QB visits Iowa
Michigan quarterback Nate Bossory made a trip to Iowa City this weekend to check out the Hawkeyes at work in spring practice. For the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Bossory, it marked his second visit to Iowa, which gave him a chance to see more of the campus and facilities and also catch up with the coaching staff to see where things stand with his recruiting.
"When we got there, I talked to Coach Campbell, who recruits my area, and then I got to sit in on meetings with Coach Davis, their new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach," said Bossory. "He used to be a Texas and they're installing his offense this spring, so it was fun watching their meetings and then I got to see them work on it in practice."
"Afterwards, I talked to Coach Ferentz and Coach Campbell again," he continued. "Then their director of football operations took me around campus, which is really nice. When I went there for the Michigan State game last fall, I didn't get to see much of the campus, so it was good to see it all this time. Everything was really nice."
Bossory, who threw for 2,100 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior, is still looking for his first scholarship offer, but has interest from several Division I programs. When the spring evaluation period opens up, a number of coaches, including Iowa's, will be stopping by his school as they continue their evaluation.
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