Former Iowa hoops star Jordan Bohannon made quite an impact throughout his career on the hardwood while with the Hawkeyes. The same can be said about his contributions off the court, as well.

On Tuesday, Bohannon donated $26,000 to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital toward pediatric cardiology. Scott Saville posted the image on Twitter and shared that more about the former Hawkeyes’ donation will be revealed on KCRG TV-9.

Thanks to NIL opportunities, so many student-athletes across college sports have donated money to great causes. This is the latest example.

Bohannon’s career at Iowa came to an end at the conclusion of the 2021-22 campaign. He scored 2,033 points and dished out 704 assists during his career with the program. Bohannon became somewhat of a 3-point specialist with the Hawkeyes, knocking down nearly 40% of his shots behind the arc.

One of Bohannon’s most memorable shots came in this season’s B1G Tournament. With time expiring in the semifinal round, Bohannon banked in a long shot from behind the arc to lift the Hawkeyes to an 80-77 victory over Indiana to advance to the championship game.

Iowa defeated Purdue in the final round to claim a B1G Tournament title.

It’s awesome to see Bohannon give to such a worthy cause in Iowa City. Kudos to the former Hawkeye guard.