The Hawkeyes' tight end was reportedly threatened at gunpoint.
An Iowa tight end was reportedly threatened at gunpoint in a park.
Hawkeyes' sophomore tight end Noah Fant reportedly had a gun pointed at him while he was in a park in Omaha on Tuesday.
Fant was reportedly told to leave the park by the man pointing the gun.
According to a report from the Omaha Police Department Noah Fant says he was in the park on Tuesday evening when a man approached him, pulled out a handgun, pointed it at him and told him to leave the park. Fant says the man told him that he had a permit to carry the weapon.
The man is being charged with one count of Making a Terroristic Threat with a Firearm.
Fant, an Omaha native, caught 9 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown during his freshman season in 2016.