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Munir Prince: Father & Son Sold On Iowa

Parents want the best for their children. It's one of the fundamental aspects of life and it lasts forever. Elmer Rhodes wanted no less for his son Munir Prince. So when his son wanted to commit to the University of Iowa in the summer of 2004, and having met Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz, both father and son knew that their search was over. HawkeyeNation.com's Jon Miller was able to speak with Rhodes and Prince while they were in San Antonio this weekend.

Munir Prince of St. Louis, Mo., committed to the University of Iowa in the summer of 2004, just before he started two-a-day workouts for his junior season of high school football. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound Prince wants to play running back at the next level, but he might also be a cornerback prospect. Prince was slated to be the starting running back for Tampa, Florida area powerhouse Armwood...

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