Iowa basketball and wrestling programs will look to remain unbeaten in the Big Ten at home this weekend, but it's a big weekend for the Hawkeye football program as well. Iowa will host its biggest recruiting weekend of the year, welcoming 22 prospects to campus. Of those, 18 are players who have verbally committed to be part of Iowa's 2016 recruiting class and are expected to sign binding letters of intent on Feb. 3. The rest of the players who have already committed to the Hawkeyes are scheduled to make their official visits to Iowa City next weekend. The four uncommitted players include a pair of offensive linemen, a top instate player and a North Carolina kicker. Both of the linemen hold scholarship offers from the Hawkeyes. Matt Farniok is a 6-foot-6, 290-pound offensive tackle from Washington High School in Sioux Falls, S.D. The brother of former Iowa State lineman Tom Farniok has already made official visits to Michigan State and Nebraska and the South Dakota Gatorade player of the year will likely be reminded of other natives of that state who have enjoyed success in the Iowa program. The other visiting offensive lineman is 6-7, 285-pound Alaric Jackson of Renaissance High School in Detroit. His stop in Iowa City is the first of three he has scheduled for the next two weeks. Jackson also has trips planned to Iowa State and Nebraska before the end of the month. Iowa's Gatorade player of the year also is visiting the Hawkeyes this weekend. Noah Clayberg of Pella was offered a gray shirt opportunity by Iowa earlier this week, meaning that he would enroll at Iowa in the fall, pay his own way and join the program on schoiarship at mid-year during the next academic year. Clayberg quarterbacked the Dutch to the Iowa 3A state title, but has been recruited by Iowa as a safety. The 5-11, 202-pound Clayberg has also been offered a preferred walk-on opportunity by Iowa. He holds scholarship offers from Western Illinois, South Dakota and South Dakota State. Keith Duncan is the kicker who is scheduled to visit Iowa this weekend. He also has been offered a preferred walk-on opportunity. Duncan has earned all-state honors in North Carolina the past two years while competing for Weddington High School in Matthews, N.C. Offered a half-scholarship by Furman at the FCS level, Duncan hit 22-of-29 field goal attempts last fall will all seven of his misses coming on 12 attempts from 50 yards or longer. The visits come at the end of a week that has seen Iowa coaches crisscrossing the country, making a number of in-home visits with both players who have committed and those the Hawkeyes are still seeking commitments from. Iowa currently has verbal commitments from 23 players for its 2016 recruiting class and is expected to sign as many as 25 in this year's group.