Dave Croston
Dave Croston

Sioux City, IA

High School:

Offensive Line

1986 - Named Big Ten "Offensive Lineman of the Year" of five Iowa team captains...third season as a starting pass blocker for an offense that led the nation in total offense and scoring much of the season...graded out as Iowa's top blocker all year...Iowa's offensive MVP vs. Texas-El Paso...first team all-America by the Football Writer's Association of America, The Sporting News and College and Pro Football News Weekly...earned second team all-America by UPI and Gannett and honorable mention all-America by AP...finalist for the Outland Trophy...played in the Japan Bowl...first team all-Big Ten by AP and UPI...academic all-Big Ten.

1985 - Honorable mention all-Big Ten pick by AP and UPI...season-long starter at left tackle...Hawkeyes' MVP on offense for the Illinois game as selected by the coaching staff.

1984 - Began the season as a starting tackle but an injury kept him out most of the season...started the first three games and came back for the last two.

1983 - Second-teamer at tackle behind NFL first-round draft pick John Alt...received the most playing time of an offensive line reserve...played a lot in short yardage situations.

High School - Played offensive line in football and forward in basketball...first-team all-Sioux Interstate Conference in football (twice) and first-team all-state.

Personal - Born November 10, 1963, in Sioux Jeff is an offensive lineman for the Hawkeyes...graduated from Iowa with a degree in business.

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