WHO & WHERE
1 Dallas Clark
The Colts selected the Hawkeyes tight end and Livermore native in the first round of the 2003 draft.
2 Jack Trice Stadium
Iowa State's football home is named for its first black athlete, who died of injuries he suffered in a game on Oct. 6, 1923.
3 Fred Hoiberg
The T-Wolves guard is nicknamed the Mayor for his popularity in his hometown of Ames, where he starred at Iowa State.
4 Nick Collison
The former Kansas great and SuperSonics' first-round pick won two state basketball titles at Iowa Falls High.
5 Reggie Roby
The three-time NFL Pro Bowl punter from Waterloo set an NCAA record with a 49.8-yard average for Iowa in 1981.
6 Raef LaFrentz
The Celtics center and former Kansas star hails from Monona.
7 Field of Dreams
The Dyersville cornfield turned ballfield, featured in the 1989 movie, is open from April to November and has attracted more than 800,000 visitors.
8 Tug Fest
In this annual event, 10-person teams in LeClaire, Iowa, and Port Byron, III., engage in a tug-of-war on a rope that spans the Mississippi River.
9 Jack Fleck
As a club pro from Davenport, Fleck defeated Ben Hogan in an 18-hole playoff in the 1955 U.S. Open, one of golf's biggest upsets.