Cyclones snag another receiver in 2014 class
And then there were three.
Iowa State snagged another impressive wide receiver commit for its 2014 class on Tuesday in the form of Jauan Wesley.
Wesley, a 5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect out of Harvey, Ill., joins Allen Lazard and Orion Salters as wide recievers in Iowa State's impressive group of skill position players already committed for 2014. Wesley visited Iowa State earlier in the week, which was enough to sell him on the Cyclones over the likes of Michigan State and Illinois to name a few.
Rivals.com ranks Wesley as the 73rd best wide out in the 2014 class. Wesley caught 18 touchdown passes during his junior season.
Wesley, a slot receiver, will compliment Lazard, an outside guy, well in the 2014 class. The same goes for many of the bigger young wide receivers whom this group will eventually play with like Quenton Bundrage, Todd Ecby and Quan West.
Iowa State's class of 2014
Jauan Wesley, WR, Harvey, Ill.
Tommy Mister, RB, St. Rita Chicago, Ill
Reggan Northrup, S, First Coast, Jacksonville, Fla.
Orion Salters, WR, Dallas Jesuit
Kody Kodanko, OL, West De Pere, Wisc.
Scott Schaffner, TE, Raymore Peculiar, Mo.
Martinez Syria, RB, Houston Nimitz, Texas
Sam Seonbuchner, LB, Hartland Arrowhead, Wisc.
Victor Holmes, CB, La Porte, Texas
De'Monte Ruth, CB, Wilmer-Hutchins in Dallas, Texas
Allen Lazard, WR, Urbandale, Iowa