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2014 Honors - - Academic All-Big Ten . . . 2014 - - Saw first action of career in 31-23 win over Northern Iowa as offense gained 401 total offense . . . saw action in 17-13 win over Ball State as offense gained 455 yards total offense . . . saw action in 24-20 win at Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 48-7 win over Northwestern as offense gained 483 yards total offense . . . saw action at left tackle in 51-14 loss at Minnesota . . . started as second tight end in 26-24 loss to No. 14 Wisconsin as offense gained 412 yards total offense against the top-ranked defense in the nation . . . saw action in 37-34 overtime loss to Nebraska . . . saw action in 45-28 TaxSlayer Bowl loss to Tennessee.
2013 - - Redshirted.
High school honors - - Selected to compete in 2013 Iowa Shrine Game . . . named first team all-state by Des Moines Register and Iowa Newspaper Association as a senior . . . first team all-conference and all-metro honors as a senior . . . was first team all-metro as a junior . . . Career - - played tight end, wide receiver, quarterback and defensive back as a prep while earning two letters . . . helped prep team post 22-4 record as a junior and senior, reaching state semifinals each season . . . had 33 receptions for 452 yards and four touchdowns as a senior . . . on defense registered 61 tackles, five QB sacks, six pass break-ups and two fumble recoveries . . . in seven games as a junior quarterback, completed 58-95 pass attempts for 750 yards and nine touchdowns, with one interception . . . team captain in both football and basketball . . . three-year basketball letterman, earning second team all-conference in basketball as a junior.
Personal - - Born 10/05/94 . . . given name is Isaac . . . pre-business major . . . parents are Kris and Tim Boettger . . . member of prep Honor Roll with a 3.5 career GPA . . . high school coaches were Pat Mitchell and Brad Remmert.