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Name: Tyler Linderbaum 
College: Iowa     Number: 65
Height: 6-2   Weight: 289
Position: C  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 5.06
   40 Time: 5.15
  40 High: 5.26
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Height: 6022
Weight: 289

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 Data Scout Notes: **2020: WCamp2nd/RimingtonFinalist/2ndC...2019: HMC

 Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa, Player News

  04/29/21 - C Tyler LinderbaumrJr/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  Linderbaum was one of three Rimington Trophy finalists last season as college football's most dominant center. He easily could've turned pro; a mid-second-round pick (which he was projected to be) is in line for a four-year rookie contract worth between $6 million and $7 million. But instead of assuredly hearing his name called in the NFL Draft (which begins Thursday), Linderbaum was content to be leading the Hawkeyes' offensive line into another season. "I wasn't interested," Linderbaum flatly said Tuesday.

The Solon native was so confident in returning to Iowa City that he didn't even request feedback from the College Advisory Committee, a service that helps draft-eligible underclassmen know where they stand in the eyes of NFL executives and scouts. "I wanted to compete with my buddies," Linderbaum said. "There's a lot more to do, a lot more to improve on...I was coming back for sure." As you can tell, Linderbaum wasn't wild about delving too deeply into this subject. He seemed more focused on stiff-arming media attention that will continue to come his way. "A big thing for me is just to focus on the program and my teammates," Linderbaum said. "I really am not interested in what's going around outside, what media are saying, what other people are saying." - Iowa City Press-Citizen


(DS#1 C) rJr/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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  01/07/21 - C Tyler LinderbaumrJr/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  2020 RIMINGTON TROPHY FINALIST: Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa,...University of Iowa sophomore center Tyler Linderbaum has been named one of three finalists for the Rimington Trophy, which is awarded to the nation's premier center in college football. Linderbaum joins Austin Blythe (2015) and Bruce Nelson (2002) as Iowa's third finalist in school history. In eight games this season, Linderbaum helped anchor an Iowa offense that ranks second in the Big Ten in fewest sacks allowed, first downs, and fourth down conversions and scoring offense, and third in red zone offense. - Iowa Football

(DS#1 C) rJr/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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  01/02/21 - C Tyler LinderbaumrJr/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  Tyler Linderbaum isn't done playing college football. The sophomore center from Solon announced Thursday afternoon via Twitter that he will return to the University of Iowa for at least one more season. Linderbaum has started 21 consecutive games for Iowa and has been named to various all-American teams in the past couple of weeks. "The 2020 season was both challenging and incredibly rewarding," Linderbaum said. "I had the best time playing football with great teammates and coaches who are invested in making me a better football player and a better person. The chance to play football in the NFL is a dream of mine, but I am not done being an Iowa Hawkeye. "There are only a few years I can play college football, and I believe there is more to do and more to learn. I look forward to continuing to work with my teammates and coaches to reach my potential in 2021." - The Gazette

(DS#1 C) rJr/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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  12/15/20 - C Tyler LinderbaumrJr/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Center Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa,...Linderbaum, a Solon, Iowa native, earns his second career Big Ten postseason honor after being named honorable mention by league coaches and media last season. Linderbaum has started all eight games at center for the Hawkeyes. Linderbaum has helped lead an offensive line that is setting the tone for an offense that is averaging 31.8 points per game - second most in the Big Ten. - Iowa Football

(DS#1 C) rJr/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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  11/28/20 - C Tyler LinderbaumrJr/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  Linderbaum was asked this week how much he has thought about the NFL, and if he'll have a decision to make after this season, as far as considering entering the draft. He brushed off that talk rapidly. "My focus is on this season," he said. "To me, I still have a lot of improvement I need to make, and I'm just focused on that: what I need to get better at. I see a lot of things that I can get better at. There's a lot in the run game and the pass game. Just like anything else, I think I can improve a lot in the pass game, with my feet and hands. Just being better overall." "(The center) has got a tough job because he's got to get the ball to the quarterback ... then also block. I've always thought he had the toughest job out there on the field, and there are certain blocks in our offense that aren't easy to execute," Kirk Ferentz said. "So if you get a guy that has got that ability, it's a really good thing. At the end of the day, centers are the MVPs. Quarterbacks think they are big shots, but if they don't get the ball, they are going nowhere." - The Gazette

(DS#1 C) rJr/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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  12/05/19 - C Tyler LinderbaumrJr/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Tyler Linderbaum,...Linderbaum earns his first all-conference recognition after starting all 12 games at center. The Solon, Iowa (Solon High School) native played on the defensive line as a true freshman before moving to offense during bowl prep a year ago. - Iowa Football

(DS#1 C) rJr/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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