Kirk Herbstreit’s top-performing players from Week 10 included Kaleb Johnson, Iowa’s freshman running back, for his outstanding game this last weekend against Purdue.

Johnson was one of eight players or units honored by Herbstreit:

Johnson marched on the Boilermakers for 200 yards on 22 carries with an average of 9.1 per carry and 1 touchdown. He would have a breakaway run of 75 yards coming out of the half within the first minute of the 3rd quarter.

The game would end up all Iowa in a 24-3 finish with the Hawkeyes winning in all phases.

Johnson would be the first 200-yard rusher for Iowa since Akrum Wadley in 2015. On the season, Johnson has 553 yards on 96 attempts for 4 touchdowns and a consistent 5.8 yards per carry.

The win against the Boilermakers is Iowa’s 5th on the season and the 3rd win in the conference. The Hawkeyes are currently 5-4 overall and 3-3 in the B1G.

Iowa is currently No. 2 in the B1G West behind Illinois who the Hawkeyes lost to in a tough 9-6 game. The Hawkeyes will face Wisconsin at home this weekend in another B1G West contest.