The Iowa journey of Kadyn Proctor, once filled with promise, is nearing an abrupt conclusion after just two months.

Reports suggest that Proctor, a former five-star recruit who made the move from Alabama to Iowa in January, is now set to depart from the Hawkeyes and is likely to reunite with the Crimson Tide, as per insights from The Athletic’s Scott Dochterman.

Confirmation of Proctor’s exit came from Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz, who expressed regret over the departure in a concise statement: “It is unfortunate that Kadyn has informed us of his intentions to leave our program today. We wish him well in the future.”

Proctor’s recent spring break spent with former Alabama teammates added weight to the speculation. However, he remains bound from re-entering the transfer portal until April 15, retaining eligibility to play for either Iowa or Alabama in the upcoming season.

This development marks the second instance where Iowa misses out on Proctor’s talents. Despite his roots as a fan of the program and his symbolic jersey number paying homage to an Iowa legend, Proctor’s journey back to his home state seems destined for a detour.

His initial commitment to Iowa in June 2022 was overshadowed by a subsequent flip to Alabama in December, where he quickly established himself as a starter and earned accolades in the SEC.

Proctor’s brief stint at Iowa was not without controversy, as he found himself entangled in an NCAA violation and received NIL compensation during his short tenure. Moreover, his claim to fame in Iowa’s sports scene seems to be a loss in an intramural basketball game.

With spring football looming and Proctor’s absence from Iowa’s practices noted, it appears his time in the Midwest will be remembered more for its brevity and off-field incidents rather than on-field accomplishments.



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