Recruiting Roundup: Cyclones in Top 4 Pairs, Extend 24 Offers in One Week –

What’s up guys – it’s been a hell of a week here. If you don’t follow me on Twitter or are unfamiliar with our motorsports website – Always Race Day, I had a 14 hour drive to cover a race in Tennessee. Anyway, these are the kinds of things that made me think of this weekend roundup that went perfectly today:

Saturday April 23
Indianapolis ATH Aycen Stevens places Iowa State in its top 4:

The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Class of 2023 prospect plans to play linebacker at the college level. He originally planned to post a top three, but included a fourth school when he revealed his group on Twitter:

monday april 25
Iowa State personnel were in Florida visiting high schools:

On Monday, various Iowa State personnel visited several Florida high schools. The offers made during the visits are visible at the bottom of this blog.

tuesday 26 april
Cyclones welcome 2025 visiting DLs: Iowa State brought in 2025 6-foot-2 defensive lineman Tyson Terry to visit this week as the young prospect visited several different schools.

Terry already has five offers, from Iowa State, Nebraska, Kansas, Kansas State and Minnesota.

Wednesday April 27
Bryce Lovett announces the engagement date: Iowa State is in the top 4 in three-star tackle Bryce Lovett. He will announce his choice between Iowa State, Florida, Missouri and Louisville on Monday, May 16.

Iowa State extended __ deals this week – we put them all here:

George Burhenn, a 6-foot-5, three-star tight end, received his third scholarship offer from the Cyclones. Other schools to offer the 2023 prospect include Nevada and the Air Force.

Iowa State has become the second school to offer the 2024 prospect jesse watson Monday. The Cyclones join Nebraska in extended offers offshore 5ft 11in.

Marlon McClendon, a 2023 Florida defensive back at Iowa State surrendered on Monday, his offer was announced on Tuesday. He holds offers from the state of Colorado, Indiana, Eastern Carolina and Tulane, among others.

Joe Jackson, a three-star Class of 2023 ATH, was another prospect Iowa State offered to his stay in Florida. Jackson has 15 FBS program offerings, including Louisville, Pittsburgh, UCF, USF and more.

Iowa State extended an offer to JUCO inside the offensive lineman Cooper Lovelace this week. The 6-foot-5 product played his first collegiate seasons at Butler CC in Kansas. It was donated by Kansas, Louisiana, and Kent State, among others.

Solomon Williams, a 6-foot-3 linebacker/defensive end, got his third scholarship offer from Iowa State. The Cyclones join USF and Rhode Island as other programs to expand offerings.

Iowa State became the fourth program to offer 2024 in Florida Andrew Brinson IV. The 6-foot-2 wide also contains offers from USF, West Virginia, and the Army.

AJ Burton, a 2024 three-star offensive tackle from Colorado, received an offer from Iowa State this week. It’s early for the prospect ranked fifth best player in his class out of Colorado, but the Cyclones join Colorado State as the only offer for Burton.

In a similar move, Iowa State offered 2024 offensive tackle Hayden Treter, a 6-foot-6, 300-pound Colorado joining CSU as the only offer.

Iowa State joined Purdue this week as the first schools to offer the 2025 quarterback Ethan Plumb. The Illinois prospect is 6-foot-3 and has years to develop.

Iowa State extended an offer to a Florida wide receiver/safety in 2025 in DJ Picket – join nearly 40 other programs that have reached the high school freshman. Pickett doesn’t have a rating yet, but Alabama, Georgia, Florida, UCF and Texas, among others, have offered it.

Caleb Benning, a 2024 ATH from Omaha, landed his fifth offer at Iowa State. The Cyclones join Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and Vanderbilt. He is ranked as the No. 2 out-of-state prospect in his class.

Chalil Cummings, a 2024 Florida ATH, announced that Iowa State had become the sixth program to be offered to him. Michigan State, Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Pittsburgh and Troy had previously offered.

Iowa State became the second school to offer Florida’s outside linebacker/defensive back in 2025 Cameron White. They join West Virginia has schools to offer.

Tyler J. Williams, a 2025 Florida wide receiver, announced the Cyclones became the first FBS program offered to him this week. The 6-foot-2 product was part of tours Iowa State personnel have made in the state.

Jarvis Boatwright Jr. a highly touted 2024 ATH prospect from Florida also received his 10th scholarship offer from Iowa State. UCF, Georgia, Kentucky, USF and Duke have all offered, among others.

Iowa State offered the 2025 running back Donovan Johnson this week, joining UCF, Georgia, Florida State, Arkansas, Boston College, Coastal Carolina and Virginia Tech.

Tampa Catholic Xavier Porter, a 6-foot-4 defensive end, announced Iowa State offered him this week. He is ranked as a higher three-star prospect and has offers from UCF, Florida State, North Carolina State, Louisville, Ball State, Marshall and Florida Atlantic.

Iowa State has joined Florida A&M to offer Jerome Carter III this week. Carter III is a 6-foot-1, 2024 safety.

Jake Merklinger, a 6-foot-3 four-star quarterback in 2024, added Iowa State to its offer list this week. The Cyclones join UCF, Cincinnati, Michigan State Louisville, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest in extending an offer to the No. 13 nationally ranked quarterback in his class.

Kendal Jackson, a Florida defensive lineman in 2024, announced Iowa State offered him this week. The 6-foot-4 prospect has four other offers from UCF, USF, Maryland and Troy.

Florida cornerback Jon Mitchell announced the offer from Iowa State on NFL Draft Night. The Cyclones became the third school to extend an offer to the 2024 6-footer prospect, along with Georgia Tech and UAB.

Jamil Watkins, a 6-foot-2 ATH in the 2024 class, announced Iowa State as its second offer this week, joining the University of Miami.

Iowa State got the 2024 cornerback Cameron Powelljoining western Kentucky as schools to provide the 6-foot perspective out of Ocala.

The Cyclones also became the first school to offer a 2024 linebacker rookie. Mason Miller out of Colorado Springs. Miller is 6ft 3in tall.

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