“Thankfully, Jordan is recovering well after being attacked by a person he didn’t see,” Iowa’s coach Fran McCaffery said in a statement. “We were made aware of the incident immediately. We are grateful that friends who were with Jordan at the time prevented the incident from escalating. His health is our main concern.”
A video of the incident was circulated on Monday, with a source confirming to ESPN that the man who entered the video was Bohannon. The video showed Bohannon talking to a man in a bar when another man suddenly hit him and threw him to the ground. A group of onlookers rushed over to him, holding the other man back as Bohannon tried to get up.
A school official told ESPN that a police investigation is ongoing but no charges have been brought.
Bohannon, the brother of the former Wisconsin The standout Jason Bohannon is Iowa’s all-time leader in 3-pointers with 364. After averaging 10.6 points per game for the Hawkeyes last season, he announced that he would use NCAA rules to defeat any athlete to grant an additional year of eligibility due to the pandemic and return for a sixth season.
He received a medical red shirt for the 2019-20 season when he was out for most of the season with hip replacement surgery.