RECRUITING: Iowa State to host four-star 2024 guard on official visit this weekend

With the 2023 recruiting cycle moving into the rearview, Iowa State is hard at work on the 2024 recruiting class.

That work will continue this weekend when four-star guard Nojus Indrusaitis visits Ames for an official visit starting on Saturday, a source close to the program confirmed to Cyclone Fanatic on Friday. The visit was first reported by Cyclone Alert‘s Nick Osen.

The 6-foot-4, 170-pound Indrusaitis is considered one of the top off-ball guards in the 2024 class, currently ranked as the No. 77 player in the class, No. 17 shooting guard and No. 3 player in Illinois by the 247Composite.

Iowa State extended a scholarship offer to the Lemont, Ill. native this past summer, and he also holds offers from DePaul, Illinois, Iowa, Marquette, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin.

Stay tuned to Cyclone Fanatic for more on this story.

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