*** Iowa State will receive a visit from power forward Tyler Wahl (Lakeville, Minn.) on June 12th, as first reported by the Des Moines Register‘s Matthew Bain. Read more and see highlights from Jared’s article here.
*** Running back Tyler Goodson (Suwanee, Ga.) included ISU in his top 8 released via Twitter on Sunday. Joining the Cyclones on the list are Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan State, Nebraska, Wake Forest, Washington State, and West Virginia.
*** The Cyclones made the Top 7 for defensive end Mario Kendricks Jr. (Kissimmee, Fla.) in his Twitter announcement on Sunday. The other teams included are Virginia Tech, North Carolina State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Wake Forest and Virginia.
*** Athlete Kenny Logan (St. Augustine, Fla.) announced Monday on Twitter that he will take an official visit to Ames on June 22nd. Logan holds P5 offers from Alabama, Boston College, Louisville, Miami, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Pittsburgh, and Purdue.
*** Iowa State will host running back Jirehl Brock (Quincy, Ill.) on an official visit June 18th. Brock has lined up officials with all of his top 5 schools. He visited Northwestern this past weekend and visits Minnesota, ISU and lastly Iowa in June. Brock cancelled his Purdue official visit for this weekend, possibly due to another RB committing to the Boilermakers.
*** Cornerback Alex Hogan (Houston, Texas) will officially visit Ames on June 22nd. Hogan recently released a top 7 of ISU, Utah, Texas Tech, Memphis, Illinois, Indiana, and Colorado.
*** Class of 2021 offensive center Raheem Anderson II (Detroit, Mich.) visited on Monday. The Cyclones were his first offer on January 30th and he has picked up additional ones from Akron, Maryland, Michigan and Toledo.
*** Defensive back La’Darius Henry (St. Petersburg, Fla.) announced he will visit Ames on June 22nd. ISU offered in Decemeber and he has P5 offers from Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, Oregon and West Virginia. He also released a top 10 on Friday including the Cyclones.
*** Lineman Austin Williams (Tifton, Ga.) released a top 10 via Twitter Tuesday that included the Cyclones, and plans to cut his list down to 5 by June 4th.
*** The Cyclones made the top 4 for defensive end Kristian Varner (Hiram, Ga.), which he released via Twitter Friday afternoon. A recent offer on May 12th, ISU is joined by Tennessee, Louisville and Vanderbilt.
RB Tyler Goodson: Top 8
SDE Mario Kendricks Jr.: Top 7
SDE Kristian Varner: Top 4
DT/OT Austin Williams: Top 10
CB/S La’Darius Henry: Top 10
RB Jirehl Brock: 6/18
CB Alex Hogan: 6/22
ATH Kenny Logan: 6/22
CB/S La’Darius Henry: 6/22
2020 ILB Ben Kreul: 6/9
2021 OC Raheem Anderson II: 5/22
OT Brayden Rohme (Gilbert, Ariz.) 5/18
OT Cade Bennett (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 5/18
OLB Tuasivi Nomura (Corona, Calif.) 5/19
2020 WR J.J. Sparkman (Longview, Texas) 5/21
2020 ATH Dominic Richardson (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 5/21
2020 WR Logan Loya (Orange, Calif.) 5/22
2021 ILB Kobe King (Detroit, Mich.) 5/19
2021 CB Kalen King (Detroit, Mich.) 5/19
Basketball Warming (Warm on 247):
PG Kira Lewis: Kentucky
PF Jaylin Williams: Louisville
OG Sataoa Laumea: Notre Dame, UCLA
TE Brett Seither: Indiana
WR Fabian McCray: Minnesota
WR/CB DK Blaylock: Illinois
OLB Donald Willis: Minnesota
CB Nicktroy Fortune: Virginia, Wisconsin
CB Jarrad Baker Jr.: Florida State
ATH Jalen Graham: Pitt
Football Cooling (No longer Warm on 247):
RB Jirehl Brock: Purdue
TE Nolan Matthews: Ole Miss
TE Garrett Miller: Louisiana-Monroe, McNeese St.
ATH Jalen Graham: Kentucky
2020 SDE Xavier Carlton: Utah