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  Iowa's perceived best player, junior defensive end Epenesa, was not among the players Ferentz brought to Chicago. (Quarterback Nate Stanley and cornerback Michael Ojemudia were the others). Epenesa (6-foot-6, 280 pounds) had 10½ sacks a year ago as a backup to Anthony Nelson and Parker Hesse and was chosen first-team all-Big Ten. Now he's the leading man. Epenesa was the only Hawkeye selected to the Big Ten's 10-player watch list and is considered a first-round NFL Draft prospect. "It's nothing personal," Ferentz said. "One thing I'm amused by, A.J. hasn't started a game, I don't think. And he's like the fifth-best player in the country and all that stuff. But what a great kid he is, what a great guy he is to have on the football team." - Iowa City Press-Citizen

(DS#3 DE) Jr/2020 DE *A.J. EpenesaIowa
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