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Report: DB decommits, will go to Indiana

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According to multipe reports across the Internet, Iowa State lost out on another previously committed football recruit on Friday night. 

ESPN is reporting that Nigel Tribune, a defensive back out of Florida, has switched his verball from Iowa State to Indiana. Tribune officially visited Iowa State last weekend but originally made his commitment in October. 

With National Signing Day 11 days away, Iowa State currently has 22 known verbal commitments. Three of those prospects are considered to be future defensive backs at this time. 

Iowa State’s Class of 2013

Trevor Hodge, QB, Perris, (Calif.) Citrus Hill
Kamari Syrie, DB, Hurst, (Texas) L.D. Bell
Emmanuel Bibbs, TE, Arizona Western C.C.
Jacob Homa, OL, Brookfield, (Wisc.) Central
Alex Leslie, TE, New Braunfels, (Texas)
Tyler Brown, RB, Lakeland, (Fla.) Lake Gibson
D.A. Williams, DB, St. Augustine, (Fla.)
Justin Webster, ATH, Houston, (Texas) Northland Christian
J.D. Waggoner, DE, Dallas, (Texas) Jesuit
Brandon Harris, WR, Cedar Hill, (Texas)
Nick Severs, OL,  Macomb, (Ill.)
Joel Lanning, QB, Ankeny, Iowa
Aaron Wimbely, RB, Iowa Western Community College
Brian Mills, LB, East Ridge, (Fla.) Clermont
Bryan Ajumobi, WR, South Grand Prairie, (Texas) Grand Prairie 
Ryan Glenn, OL, Waukee, Iowa
Vernell Trent, DE, Jacksonville, (Fla.) Forrest 
Shawn Curtis, OL, Orlando, (Fla.) Olympia
Rodney Coe, DL, Iowa Western C.C. 
Alton Meeks, LB, Orlando, (Fla.) Dr. Phillips 
Jake Campos, OL, West Des Moines, (Iowa) Valley
Kamari Cotton-Moyta, DB, Bakersfield, (Calif.) Ridgeview 

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Chris was hired as Cyclone Fanatic’s publisher in the fall of 2009. He is Iowa State football's postgame show host on the Cyclone Radio Network and can be heard daily from 4-7 on Des Moines' top-rated sports station, 1460 KXnO. Williams, a 2007 graduate of Iowa State’s Greenlee School of Journalism, is the former publisher of the old CycloneNation.com (Scout.com). He has also written for the Des Moines Register, the Ames Tribune, CycloneReport.com and is the former sports director at KMA Radio. When Williams isn’t working, you can usually find him doing something outdoors with his wife Ashley, daughter Camryn, and Golden Retriever Dierks. He enjoys golfing, boating, country music, the Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Braves and is passionate about any and all motor sports so finding Williams at a local dirt track is very common.

Report: DB decommits, will go to Indiana

According to multipe reports across the Internet, Iowa State lost out on another previously committed football recruit on Friday night. 

ESPN is reporting that Nigel Tribune, a defensive back out of Florida, has switched his verball from Iowa State to Indiana. Tribune officially visited Iowa State last weekend but originally made his commitment in October. 

With National Signing Day 11 days away, Iowa State currently has 22 known verbal commitments. Three of those prospects are considered to be future defensive backs at this time. 

Iowa State’s Class of 2013

Trevor Hodge, QB, Perris, (Calif.) Citrus Hill
Kamari Syrie, DB, Hurst, (Texas) L.D. Bell
Emmanuel Bibbs, TE, Arizona Western C.C.
Jacob Homa, OL, Brookfield, (Wisc.) Central
Alex Leslie, TE, New Braunfels, (Texas)
Tyler Brown, RB, Lakeland, (Fla.) Lake Gibson
D.A. Williams, DB, St. Augustine, (Fla.)
Justin Webster, ATH, Houston, (Texas) Northland Christian
J.D. Waggoner, DE, Dallas, (Texas) Jesuit
Brandon Harris, WR, Cedar Hill, (Texas)
Nick Severs, OL,  Macomb, (Ill.)
Joel Lanning, QB, Ankeny, Iowa
Aaron Wimbely, RB, Iowa Western Community College
Brian Mills, LB, East Ridge, (Fla.) Clermont
Bryan Ajumobi, WR, South Grand Prairie, (Texas) Grand Prairie 
Ryan Glenn, OL, Waukee, Iowa
Vernell Trent, DE, Jacksonville, (Fla.) Forrest 
Shawn Curtis, OL, Orlando, (Fla.) Olympia
Rodney Coe, DL, Iowa Western C.C. 
Alton Meeks, LB, Orlando, (Fla.) Dr. Phillips 
Jake Campos, OL, West Des Moines, (Iowa) Valley
Kamari Cotton-Moyta, DB, Bakersfield, (Calif.) Ridgeview 

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