The most talked about Hawkeye this offseason has been defensive end Adrian Clayborn.

Clayborn made a lasting impression on Big Ten fans last year. He blocked a punt for a touchdown against Penn State and he gave Tate Forcier a concussion , among a laundry list of other notable accomplishments.

As a result, offensive lines will undoubtedly try double-teaming the projected first-round NFL draft pick this season. The rest of Iowa's defensive front four will look to take advantage of that in a big way.

The defensive line—consisting of Clayborn, Karl Klug, Christian Ballard and Broderick Binns—had 52 tackles for loss last season, including 27 sacks.

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