Hawk-Item – – Earned Dean’s List recognition, fall, 2019, spring, 2020, fall, 2020, and spring, 2021.
2021 – – Listed as second team free safety following spring practice.
2020 Honors – – Academic All-Big Ten . . . Big Ten Distinguished Scholar . . . 2020 – – Saw action in three games, recording three solo tackles . . . did not see action in 24-20 loss at Purdue . . . did not see action in 21-20 loss to Northwestern . . . saw first action of career in 49-7 win over Michigan State, but had no statistics as defense allowed 59 rushing yards and 286 yards total offense . . . saw action in 35-7 win at Minnesota, recording two solo tackles for first career statistics . . . did not see action in 41-21 win at Penn State . . . did not see action in 26-20 win over Nebraska . . . saw action in 35-21 win at Illinois, recording one solo tackle . . . did not see action in 28-7 win over #25 Wisconsin.
2019 – – Redshirted after joining the program as a walk-on.
High school honors – – Named to participate in Iowa Shrine Bowl . . . one of three finalists for Des Moines Register Player of the Year for all classes as a senior . . . finalist for Gatorade Player of the Year for all classes . . . captain of Class 3A all-state team . . . first-team all-state as at large/utility player as a senior . . . all-area Player of the Year as a senior . . . first-team all-area, all-metro and all-district as a senior . . . named KCRG-TV and KGYM radio Athlete of the Week for performance in Class 3A state championship game as a senior, totaling 428 yards total offense with four total touchdowns, seven tackles and interception on final play of the game . . . one of three finalists for Des Moines Register Player of the Year for all classes as a junior . . . named to Des Moines Register Elite all-state first-team as a defensive back as a junior and senior . . . first-team all-state in Class 3A by Des Moines Register and Iowa Newspaper Association as a junior . . . District Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior . . . first-team all-area, all-metro and all-district as a junior . . . first-team all-district and second-team all-metro as a sophomore . . . Career – – Member of five state championship teams as a prep . . . three-year football letterman as quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back . . . prep football team won Class 3A state championships as a junior and senior, after reaching state semifinals as a sophomore . . . helped prep team post three-year record of 37-1, including undefeated seasons (13-0) as a junior and senior . . . held the top quarterback rating in the state for Class 3A as a junior and senior . . . holds school records for touchdowns in a game, season and career, and career points (288) . . . holds records for rushing touchdowns in a season and career . . . holds records for total offense in a game (428 yards), season (2,952), and career (5,773) . . . holds record for completion percentage in a game (100%) and ranks second in career completion percentage (67%) and career interceptions (10) . . . career totals include 198-295 pass attempts (67%) for 3,059 yards and 39 touchdowns, with four interceptions . . . rushing totals include 341 attempts for 2,132 yards and 43 touchdowns, with a long of 85 yards . . . receiving totals include 54 receptions for 582 yards and five touchdowns, with a long of 48 yards . . . career total offense includes 5,773 yards and 87 touchdowns . . . career defense includes 94 tackles, 10 interceptions for 98 yards, two caused fumbles, two recovered fumbles, nine pass break-ups and two tackles for loss . . . as a senior completed 112-169 pass attempts for 1,839 yards and 25 touchdowns, with three interceptions . . . rushed 166 times for 1,077 yards and 23 touchdowns, and had two receptions for 36 yards . . . 29 tackles and four interceptions on defense, with two caused fumbles, two recovered fumbles, and nine pass break-ups . . . as a junior completed 83-123 attempts for 1,202 yards and 13 touchdowns, with one interception . . . rushed 162 times for 968 yards and 20 touchdowns . . . 41 tackles, five interceptions and four pass break-ups as a junior . . . started at wide receiver and defensive back as a sophomore . . . 52 receptions for 546 yards and five touchdowns as a junior, with 13 rushing attempts for 87 yards and 22 tackles and one interception on defense . . . football team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in basketball, baseball, and track . . . basketball team captain as a junior and senior . . . prep team won state basketball title his freshman and sophomore seasons . . . Most Valuable Defensive Player as a sophomore, junior, and senior . . . basketball team placed third in state as a junior . . . honorable mention all-conference in basketball as a junior . . . member of Class 3A state championship baseball team as a senior . . . first-team all-conference infielder and second-team all-Northeast Iowa (Iowa Baseball Coaches Association) as a senior . . . honorable mention all-conference in baseball as a junior, helping team win conference title with 30-10 overall record . . . member of sprint medley relay unit that set school record in track . . . honorable mention all-conference after placing in district meet in the long jump.
Personal – – Born 10/18/2000 . . . pre-medicine major . . . member of National Honor Society . . . earned academic all-state honors in football and basketball . . . parents are Sherry and Duane Schulte . . . one of two sets of brothers on Iowa team . . . brother of Iowa TE Bryce Schulte . . . high school coach was his father, Duane Schulte.