There were a few things wrong in there. Nico Law will be starting at SS. It was not a close competition between Lowery and Castillo and Castillo may lose out on the third CB spot. Scherff will be starting at LT not Donnal. Boffelli was listed ahead of Blythe at guard on the final two deeps, and three guys weren't mentioned that will get major playing time on the DL. Carl Davis, Steve Bigach, and Joe Gaglione.
The DC for Iowa is Phil Parker not Preston.
Is this where I claim national title?
Looking at Iowa's schedule, I see 8-9 wins, even though their D will struggle a bit.
I've seen Big East schedules much less favorable than that.
Jan - Start reasonable, 7 wins or so
Apr - Reports coming from spring make you hopeful that you can be a darkhorse.
Jun - Doyle is working them hard, and other teams must not be improving. Add a couple wins to that total
Aug - Freshmen showing up. Kirk mentions one of their names. That addition is what is needed to get over the top. 10 wins easy.
Media Day - Look at how big those guys got over the summer. They could sweep the Big10.
Opening week - If Kirk doesn't win a national title with this team he should be fired.
You can't predict a national title out of the gate. It's a process.
Overall pretty good info, but you forgot Scherff and MacMillan on the o-line. Scherff is likely the most talented lineman on the roster and will start at LT. MacMillan may be the second most talented lineman and if healthy will push for time at either guard spot as well as the potential to play either tackle position.
Miller is not a walk on, and punter is going to be a big issue for Iowa this season.
They aren't in the preseason top 25 this probably means they are due to overachieve.
Iowa will probably win 8 games. ISU fans will claim their schedule sucks and they could have won 9 games with that schedule, Iowa fans will be disappointed because the team lost their will to win, Iowa will go to a mediocre bowl and most likely play a B12 team.