Brandon Scherff tells hometown radio station he plans to return for senior year

Many experts saw Scherff as a likely first-round NFL draft pick

Published: December 9 2013 | 1:40 pm - Updated: 29 March 2014 | 12:39 am in
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Iowa junior left tackle Brandon Scherff told KDSN, a radio station in his hometown of Denison, Iowa, on Monday that he plans to return for a senior season with the Hawkeyes.

The 6-5, 315 pound Scherff was projected by many NFL Draft experts to be a first-round pick. He was named first-team All Big-Ten by the conference's coaches this season.

Scherff's return would help Iowa maintain a strong running game, especially with the graduations of right tackle Brett Van Sloten and left guard Connor Boffeli, as well as backup tackle Nolan MacMillan.

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