RECRUITING: Half a dozen prospects set to visit Ames this week

For the second-straight week, Iowa State Football will host a set of prospects that could potentially turn into future Cyclones on a Saturday with basketball in Hilton Coliseum.

The majority of the prospects scheduled to visit are out-of-state targets in the 2023 class, but we broke down all the names to know here:

Chandavian Bradley, ’23 EDGE (Platte City, Mo.)

The highest-rated recruit of the group visiting Ames this weekend comes in the four-star edge rusher in Bradley. He’ll be on campus on Sunday, a day after the rest of the prospects listed here.

Bradley holds offers from 25 power conference schools, including USC, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and Oregon among others.

The 6-foot-5, 210-pounder is rated as the 43rd best player in the nation and the fourth-best edge rusher in the country. He’ll be a priority for Iowa State.

Titus Cram, ’24 ATH (Bondurant-Farrar)

The lone in-state prospect visiting this weekend.

Cram proved he could do it all during the 2021 football season, collecting 1,461 rushing yards with 26 touchdowns as the starting running back, 232 receiving yards on just eight receptions, 43 tackles on defense and 26 touchbacks on 47 kickoffs.

The Bondurant-Farrar standout holds offers from Iowa and Nebraska, along with Iowa State.

Camp Magee, ’23 TE (Orlando, Fla.)

Iowa State continues to look for its next talented tight end to arrive in Ames, hosting the 6-foot-6, 210-pounder out of Florida this weekend

Magee holds seven power conference offers thus far from Miami, Indiana, UConn, West Virginia, Vanderbilt, Rutgers and Iowa State.

He took an unofficial visit to Miami last week where he received his offer from the ACC school.

Jack Sadowsky, ’23 LB (Batavia, Ill.)

Iowa State is bringing in the linebacker rated as the No. 19 overall prospect in Illinois, as well.

The 6-foot-2, 218-pound prospect comes in with offers to Toledo as well as Louisville, both of which offered Sadowsky in the past week. Iowa State offered him in October of 2021 while he was on an unofficial visit in Ames.

Brock Knutson, ’23 OT (Scottsbluff, Neb.)

Nebraska’s Brock Knutson comes to Ames this weekend holding three offers – one from Iowa State and the other two being from Kansas and North Dakota State.

Rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, the 6-foot-7, 270-pound tackle comes in at No. 6 of the Nebraska prospects.

Reese Tripp, ’23 OT (Kasson, Minn.)

Tripp is listed at 6-foot-7, 315-pounds and is considered one of Minnesota’s best offensive lineman prospects.

Tripps holds offers from Temple and Central Michigan along with the Cyclones, with the latter two coming in the past week.

Brandon Henderson, ’23 OT (East St. Louis)

The final tackle visiting Iowa State this weekend comes out of the St. Louis area in Henderson.

Currently not rated by 247, like Trip, Henderson has offers from Miami (OH) and Nebraska. The 6-foot-5, 330-pound prospect visited Tennessee last weekend for its junior day and picked up the pair of non-Iowa State offers this week.