Iowa sophomore Peter Jok has enough talent to become the face of the program someday.

But first, he'll look to rebuild his reputation following a pair of offseason arrests.

Jok was arrested on his moped twice since the end of last season — once for drunk driving, once for driving it with a revoked license. He pleaded guilty to both charges. He also served a four-day jail sentence last month.

There's little doubt that the 6-foot-6 Jok has a chance to develop into an All-Big Ten player for the Hawkeyes. But another slip-up could put Jok's future with the Hawkeyes in jeopardy.

Jok was suspended by coach Fran McCaffery in July and reinstated six weeks later. He and the Hawkeyes (20-13, 9-9 Big Ten in 2013-14) open the season on Nov. 14 against Hampton.