RECRUITING: All 3 ISU signees ranked in final Top247

Mar 18, 2017; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Iowa State Cyclones head coach Steve Prohm looks on during the first half of the game against the Purdue Boilermakers in the second round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

All three of Iowa State’s fall signees are ranked in the final edition of the 247 Top247. Oak Hill Academy point guard Lindell Wigginton leads the group at No. 43.

Wisconsin forward Terrence Lewis dropped four spots to No. 124 and Texas guard Darius McNeil climbed up 61 places to No. 145. Wigginton and Lewis are both four-star prospects while McNeill is a three-star.

Wigginton, a 6-foot-1 Canada native, averaged 20.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 4.4 assists during his senior season for the Warriors. He was one of the standouts at the Nike Hoop Summit earlier this month and has been one of the hottest prospects in the country.

Lewis averaged 26 points and 10 rebounds per game during his senior season while earning unanimous all-state honors. He shot 77 percent from the floor and 62 percent from behind the 3-point line.

McNeil, a 6-foot-2 combo guard, averaged 15 points, six assists, three rebounds and three steals per game this season for Westfield High. He was named the district co-MVP alongside teammate Jase Frebes, who is a four-star prospect in the final Top247.

Iowa State has the No. 25 class in 247 team rankings with four scholarships left to fill during the spring.

Jared Stansbury


Jared is in his fifth year covering Iowa State football and basketball for Cyclone Fanatic. He's the site's lead reporter for ISU recruiting. He worked as the site's intern for three years while studying Journalism in Iowa State's Greenlee School of Journalism. He started as the full-time staff writer in May 2016. Jared has spent five falls covering Iowa high school football as a reporter for KMA Radio, 1460 KXNO and 1430 KASI. He's the sideline reporter for KASI's Ames High football broadcasts and has appeared frequently on the station's baseball broadcasts during the summer.