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McNutt, Daniels to represent Hawkeyes in senior showcase event

Mobile, AL. (Jan. 11)—A pair of University of Iowa Hawkeyes will team up together one final time as members of the North squad in the 2012 Senior Bowl. Wide receiver Marvin McNutt, Jr. and defensive tackle Mike Daniels have both officially accepted invitations to the senior showcase event, it was announced today. The North squad will be led by Leslie Frazier and his Minnesota Vikings coaching staff. The 2012 Senior Bowl is set for 3pm (CT) on Saturday, January 28th in Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The game and all practices will be televised live by NFL Network.

“Marvin and Mike have proven to be extremely productive players over the course of their respective careers,” Senior Bowl President and CEO Steve Hale said. “We feel like they are both strong additions to our roster and can’t wait to see them in action here at the Senior Bowl.”

McNutt, a consensus first team All-Big Ten selection in 2011, was named the Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year in the Big Ten after setting or tying new single-season school records with 82 catches (Tied for 1st) for 1,315 yards and 12 touchdowns. His yardage total was good enough for seventh-best all-time in Big Ten history and he led the conference in receiving yards per game (101.2) and ranked second in receptions per game (6.3). McNutt leaves Iowa as the school’s all-time leading receiver with 2,861 career receiving yards and 28 career touchdown catches. He ranks second all-time in career receptions with 170 and is 11th in scoring with 168 points. His 28 career touchdown receptions are tenth-best in Big Ten history and he recorded
at least one catch in the final 32 games of his career.

Daniels was a second team All-Big Ten honoree by the league’s coaches and Honorable Mention selection by the media this season. The defensive tackle posted 67 total tackles this season, including 13.5 tackles for loss and nine sacks. He capped off his career with a tremendous effort in the Hawkeyes bowl game—notching five tackles, including three for a loss and two sacks. The Blackwood, N.J., native leaves Iowa with 123 total tackles, including 27 tackles for loss, 15.5 sacks and seven quarterback hurries. He led the Hawkeyes in tackles for loss and quarterback sacks each of
the past two seasons.

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