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Max Hawkins      Mississippi 

Position(s): OL

HIGH SCHOOL: Max Hawkins attended Philadelphia High School and lived in or near Philadelphia, Mississippi. He entered the Navy where he served on the U.S.S. New York and destroyer called the Jacob Jones. He also starred on the Navy all-fleet football team, and was recruited to play football at Iowa.

COLLEGE: He started as a guard and blocked for Nile Kinnick, and was part of the Ironmen team that finished 6-1-1 and contended for a national championship.

OTHER: After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, he was elected to the local city council while becoming the university’s first field secretary in 1948. He traveled the state to recruit student-athletes and start I-Club chapters. He helped form the Old Gold Development Fund, which is now known as the UI Center for Advancement, and then served for more than three decades as a lobbyist for the university and the Board of Regents, State of Iowa.

The street which runs between Kinnick Stadium and the UI Hospital is named after him. The Hawkins family were named the 2023 recipients of the University of Iowa Family Spirit Award.

His great-grandson is walk-on RB Max White

Born 5/8/1914 and died on 12/12/1986 at the age of 72.


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