Erick All, Iowa TE transfer, feels like he is 'in heaven' with Hawkeyes program
Erick All spoke about heaven on Saturday. 247Sports’ David Eickholt reported the news.
All moved from Michigan to Iowa by way of the transfer portal this offseason. He appeared in three games for the Wolverines during his final season in Ann Arbor.
Just like in the movie Field of Dreams, All wants to know the answer to the question: “Is this heaven?”
Although the answer is still Iowa, All believes he’s in heaven with his teammates. He feels that coming to Iowa was the right decision every day he steps into the building.
“Every day, man. Every time I step into the building and I sit down with the guys,” said All. “It’s just a bunch of humble dudes and like-minded guys that live the game… it seems like we’re in heaven right now.”
I asked TE Erick All when he knew he made the right decision to come to Iowa: Every day, man. Every time I step into the building and I sit down with the guys. It’s just a bunch of humble dudes and like-minded guys that live the game… it seems like we’re in heaven right now.”
— David Eickholt (@DavidEickholt) August 12, 2023
All joins former Michigan QB Cade McNamara at Iowa from 2019-2022 and are playing together again with the Hawkeyes. McNamara threw for 3,181 yards passing and 21 touchdowns while at Michigan. All caught 54 passes for 565 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns as a Wolverine.
While Iowa may or may not be heaven, it definitely feels that way for All at the moment.