Iowa Hawkeye head coach Kirk Ferentz has a reputation for turning three-star recruits into NFL all-stars.

Kyle Calloway appears to be another example of that.

Like fellow Hawkeye Bryan Bulaga, Calloway is another rock-solid offensive lineman coached by Ferentz who looks to be drafted fairly early in this year's NFL draft.

Part of Iowa's infamous 2005 recruiting class, Calloway came in as a three-star recruit rated No. 55 in the country at his position by Rivals. A few of his future teammates, Dan Doering and Dace Richardson, were actually ranked ahead of him.

Now, Calloway is considered one of the best offensive tackles available in the 2010 NFL Draft. Having started 37 regular season games over the last three seasons as a lineman coached by a former NFL offensive line coach has many...

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