Jordan Canzeri Injury: Iowa RB Suffers Knee Injury

Iowa Hawkeyes running back Jordan Canzeri has suffered a knee injury. Canzeri will be entering his sophomore season in 2012.

The Iowa Hawkeyes did not have many true freshmen who saw significant playing time during the 2011 season. Running back Jordan Canzeri, a three-star prospect who came in from Troy High School in New York, was one of those players, starting one game and playing in six others.

On Thursday, Rob Howe of Hawkeye Insider reported that Canzeri has suffered a knee injury. According to Brian Canzeri, Jordan's father, his son will be undergoing an MRI. The extent of the injury is not currently known.

In seven games in 2011, Canzeri had 114 yards on 31 carries, as well as 28 yards and a touchdown on six receptions. The Hawkeyes are hoping that Canzeri will be a big contributor during the rest of his time at the school.

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