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Week 8 – Week 12: DNP. All to missed rest of the season because of Week 7 knee injury.
Week 7: Another big blow to Iowa involving a star tight end as All had to be helped off the field against Wisconsin in the first half following a hit to his knee. Kirk Ferentz announced on 10/17 that All suffered a torn ACL and will be out for the remainder of the season. Al had caught two passes for 19 yards in Iowa's 15-6 win before exiting. — JH
Week 6: All had by far his most consequential game of 2023 in Iowa's 20-14 win over Purdue. The big TE caught five passes for 97 yards (a robust 19.4 average) and caught a touchdown pass, a 22-yard strike from Deacon Hill, for the second straight game. He had a long of 33 yards. All also had a key trap block that helped spring Kaleb Johnson on a 67-yard touchdown run. All did have a dropped pass for the third consecutive week and his run blocking wasn't particularly impressive. — JH
Week 5: All stepped up his production in place of the injured Luke Lachey, catching four passes for 67 yards and a TD as Iowa topped Michigan State, 26-16. He had long of 32 yards and was especially effective after the catch — the former Michigan TE had 57 of his receiving yards with the ball in his hands. This was most notable on his TD reception, when he took a screen and powered through and around tacklers for the 13-yard score. All did have one drop. — JH
Week 4: All was targeted six times and had three receptions for 35 yards (with a long of 20 yards) in Iowa's demoralizing 31-0 loss to Penn State. The TE also dropped a pass and had a tough day run-blocking against the Nittany Lions' overwhelming defense. With Luke Lachey out for an extended period, All will likely get more of a focus in the Hawkeyes' passing game. Not every week will be Penn State, so expect to see an uptick in production over the next few week. — JH
Week 3: All caught one pass — his lone target on the day — but it was a big one, for 37 yards. Iowa won 41-10 over Western Michigan but suffered a significant loss when All's running mate at tight end, Luke Lachey, went down in the first half with what appeared to be a consequential lower leg injury. If Lachey misses a significant amount of time, All will be asked to pick up the slack. — JH
Week 2: In Iowa's 20-13 win over intrastate rival Iowa State, All was targeted four times and caught three of them for 32 yards (10.7 yards per reception). All logged 24 total snaps in the victory, about half of what he played in the season opener (47 snaps). — JH
Week 1: All, the transfer TE from Michigan, playing in his game as a Hawkey, had just 15 yards receiving for the game, but one of his three catches hit paydirt in Iowa's season-opening win against Utah State, 24-14. — JH
Week 0: DNP
2022 (jr) : Joined Iowa program in spring, 2022, as graduate transfer from Michigan with two years of eligibility remaining . . . Played in just three games due to injury . . . Had a 22-yard reception vs. Colorado State and a 10-yard reception vs. Hawaii.
—at University of Michigan—
Three-year letterman (2019-20-21)...appeared in 35 games with 12 starts.
2021 (jr): Honorable Mention All-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . Appeared in 13 games at tight end and on special teams . . . started eight games . . . 38 receptions for 437 yards and two touchdowns . . . named Offensive Player of the Week vs. Northwestern . . . shared Hard Hat Player of the Week honors vs. Northern Illinois . . . caught three passes for 23 yards vs. Western Michigan . . . 23-yard reception vs. Northern Illinois . . . two receptions for 23 yards in a start against Rutgers . . . three receptions for 28 yards at Wisconsin . . . two receptions for 26 yards at Nebraska . . . five receptions vs. Northwestern for 34 yards . . . career-bests with 10 receptions for 98 yards in a start at Michigan State . . . returned from injury to start at Penn State, scoring the game-winning touchdown on a 47-yard reception . . . recorded four receptions for 64 yards vs. PSU . . . one reception for five yards at Maryland . . . one reception for seven yards in win over Ohio State . . . 43 receiving yards against Iowa in the Big Ten Championship, including one touchdown . . . started vs. Georgia in the Capital One Orange Bowl/CFP Semifinal, leading the team with four catches for 63 yards.
2020 (soph): Appeared in all six games with two starts at tight end . . . 12 receptions for 82 yards . . . two receptions for 33 yards in his first career start at Minnesota . . . three receptions for 13 yards vs. Michigan State . . . started and caught two passes vs. Wisconsin . . . four receptions for 27 yards at Rutgers . . . one eight-yard reception vs. Penn State
2019 (fr): Appeared in 11 games at tight end and on special teams . . . one reception for 10 yards . . . played on special teams and made his college debut against Middle Tennessee State . . . first career reception was for 10 yards and a first down at Penn State . . . assisted on one tackle on kickoff coverage vs. Rutgers.
High school: Attended Fairfield High School (Fairfield, OH) . . . Two-time first-team All-Greater Miami Conference selection as a junior and senior . . .high school coach was Jason Krause . . . earned Special Teams MVP honors . . . held a 247Sport Composite ranking of four stars, the No. 351 player nationally, the No. 13 tight end and No. 11 prospect in Ohio . . . 247.com four-star prospect as the No. 282 player in the country, 12th-rated tight end and 10th-best player in Ohio . . . ESPN three-star prospect, the nation’s No. 10 tight end and the No. 18 player in Ohio . . . Rivals four-star recruit rated the No. 18 tight end nationally and the No. 13 prospect in Ohio . . . Career – – Helped prep team to the state playoffs in his final three seasons . . . totaled 30 receptions for 465 yards and four touchdowns as a senior . . . 28 catches for 336 yards and three touchdowns as a junior . . . 15 receptions for 248 yards as a sophomore.
Born 9/13/2000 . . . earned general studies bachelor’s degree and will pursue post-graduate degree. . . parents are Kelly and Erick All.
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