University of Iowa Athletics
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#12 Jaxon Rexroth

Height 6-2
Weight 228 lbs.
Class So.
Hometown Cedar Rapids, Iowa
High School Xavier
Jaxon Rexroth - Football - University of Iowa Athletics

2023 Honors – – CSC Academic All-District… Academic All-Big Ten… Coaches Appreciation Award, special teams… 2023 – – Played in all 14 games… recorded one solo tackle and forced his first career fumble in 13-10 win at Nebraska… recorded one assisted tackle in 31-0 loss at Penn State and in 35-0 loss to Tennessee… moved from defensive back to linebacker prior to season.

2022 Honors – – Academic All-Big Ten… 2022 – – Saw action in 10 games… recorded one assisted tackle in 24-10 win over Wisconsin for first career stop.

2021 Honors – – Dean’s List student (2021 fall)… 2021 – – Redshirted after joining the program as a walk-on.

 

High school honors – – Named to Elite All-State team as a senior… first-team all-state, all-district and all-metro as a senior and district Player of the Year… second-team all-metro and all-district as a junior… earned academic all-district honors… five-time recipient of Distinguished Honors while ranking in Top 10 in class academically… Career – – Two-year football letterman as quarterback and defensive back… tied school record for rushing touchdowns in a game… helped team post two-year record of 19-3, reaching state playoffs as a junior and state semifinals as a senior after team won state title his sophomore season… totaled 2,103 total yards as a senior… completed 87-135 pass attempts for 1,287 yards and 13 touchdowns… rushed for 816 yards and 20 touchdowns on 122 attempts as a senior… collected 39.5 tackles on defense with three interceptions (57 yards) four recovered fumbles and two forced fumbles… collected 26.5 tackles as a junior, with one interception, one forced fumble and one recovered fumble… team captain as a senior… also lettered in track (4) and baseball (2).

Personal – – Born 12/25/2002 in Huntington, W.W…. human physiology major… parents are Teri and Jason Rexroth… high school coach was Duane Schulte.