RECRUITING: Iowa State listed as finalist for Princeton grad transfer Hans Brase

Nov 29, 2016; Richmond, VA, USA; Princeton Tigers forward Hans Brase (30) shoots the ball as Virginia Commonwealth Rams forward Ahmed Hamdy-Mohamed (23) defends in the first half at Stuart Siegel Center. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Princeton graduate transfer Hans Brase has cut his list of possible schools to five and Iowa State made the cut, according to Fan Rag’s Jon Rothstein.

According to Cyclone Fanatic publisher Chris Williams, talks between Iowa State and the 6-foot-9 forward are still in the early stages and no visit has been scheduled.

As a junior, Brase was the Tigers’ second-leading scorer with 11.5 points and grabbed led the team with 7.5 rebounds per game. He tore his ACL prior to the 2015 then hurt his knee again in 2016 bringing his Princeton career to an end.

Iowa State currently has three scholarships available for the 2017-18 season.

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