Iowa Hawkeyes Recap logo
Personalize this site

771 highlight videos and 665 full game videos gathered from the internet about the past 5,862 Iowa Hawkeye football (since 1889) and basketball (since 1901) games. We also have profiles for 1647 players and 68 coaches.


8/31/2024 Football vs  Illinois State

9/7/2024 Football vs  Iowa State

9/14/2024 Football vs  Troy

Check back after the game for videos! View all upcoming games or buy tickets (all sports)

 
T.J. Hockenson

Contact us if you have a better photo of T.J. Hockenson. Ideally, looking for good quality, close-up action photos where you can see their face.
Vote as one of your Favorite Players
Is T.J. Hockenson one of your favorites?
Login above to cast your vote!

Click if you have met T.J. Hockenson
Have you met T.J. Hockenson?
Login above to keep track

T.J. Hockenson      Iowa Wikipedia Hawkeye Sports Profile LinkedIn Twitter 

Position(s): TE
High School Star Rating: High School Recruiting Star Rating - Determined by RivalsHigh School Recruiting Star Rating - Determined by RivalsHigh School Recruiting Star Rating - Determined by Rivals  (3 stars)
Year signed with Iowa: 2016
High School Talent Rating: 5.5 Final College Talent Rating: 116

T.J. Hockenson attended Chariton High School and lived in Chariton, Iowa. He was named elite all-state first team as a senior, and was also named first-team all-state as a sophomore and junior. He holds school records for receiving yards in a game, season, and career and holds records for touchdown receptions in a season and career.

After redshirting in 2016, he recorded 24 receptions for 320 yards and three touchdowns. He had his best game of the year in Iowa's upset victory over then-No. 3 Ohio State, where he led the team with five receptions for 71 yards and two touchdowns. He was named Academic All-Big Ten and honorable mention Big Ten All-Freshman team.

In 2018, he led the team with 760 receiving yards, and was second in receptions (49) and touchdowns (6). He set a career high with 125 receiving yards, including a 46-yard connection from quarterback Nate Stanley in a 28-17 loss against Wisconsin.

He was the recipient of the 2018 John Mackey Award as the top tight end in the nation, named recipient of the Ozzie Newsome Award, and was named Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year in the Big Ten. He was also a first-team All-American, Academic All-Big Ten for the second year (2017, 2018), and was named first-team All-Big Ten.

After the 2018 season, he decided to leave school with two years of eligibility remaining to enter the NFL draft. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the first round as the eighth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Born 7/3/1997 and is 26 years old.

All Conference: 1st Team (2018), Honorable mention All-Freshman (2017), Academic (2017, 2018) Player of the Year: John Mackey Award (2018), Ozzie Newsome Award (2018), Big Ten Tight End of the Year (2018) All American: 1st Team (2018) Drafted Round 1 by Detroit Lions in 2019 


SEASONS


VIDEOS

Contact us if you find other videos to include, or Search YouTube >>>


FAMOUS QUOTES from T.J. Hockenson

Sorry, no quotes found from T.J. Hockenson

FAMOUS QUOTES about T.J. Hockenson

Sorry, no quotes found about T.J. Hockenson from other players or coaches

 

Contact us if you have interesting quotes we should include (please be as detailed as possible)


SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS PLAYER


POPULAR PLAYERS

BrandtYocom
Brandt Yocom
MarvCook
Marv Cook
MonikaCzinano
Monika Czinano
CaraConsuegra
Cara Consuegra
KenyonMurray
Kenyon Murray

View all players >>>

 


Walked On: Life Lessons From A Two-Sport Non-Scholarship College Athlete (
)

Complete Wide Receiver (
Jay Norvell)

No Excuses: The Making of a Head Coach (
)

Kinnick: The Documentary (
Nile Kinnick)

Die With Zero: Getting All You Can from Your Money and Your Life (
William 'Bill' Perkins III)


T.J. Hockenson - Iowa Hawkeyes Player Profile | Football - Summary of Iowa football and basketball games