Iowa signed three linebackers in the Class of 2010 and they are looking for more help at the position this year.
The Hawkeyes believe they have identified a quality target in Ejuan Price, a 6-foot, 235-pound linebacker from Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills.
While Price might not have the height some other linebacker prospects have, he has a rock solid build and could be a force in helping to stop the run in the college ranks. Pittsburgh and West Virginia had already offered Price, so he's not exactly a secret, and more schools could be thinking about whether to offer.
"I just got an offer from Iowa (Friday)," Price said. "I sent my film out to them. They had never sent me any letters. I was a little bit surprised (that they offered).
"When they offered they sent me a little personal letter. I don't remember exactly what it said. I need to e-mail them or get up with them because they want me to come down there sometime."
Price went on to say that Iowa will be a school that he keeps in mind, as he definitely has an interest in the Hawkeyes. While he is unsure of when he will visit Iowa he will be visiting another school that has offered very soon.
"I'm going to West Virginia next Saturday and Ohio State the Saturday after that, I think," he said. "I think I'm just going to West Virginia for a junior day but it will be Ohio State's spring game.
"West Virginia has already offered and I'm just going up to Ohio State to check it out. They said they wanted to talk to me."