Recruiting roundup: Iowa State has its 2023 quarterback – CycloneFanatic.com
What’s up guys. Welcome to our weekly blog post on what we’ve seen in Iowa State recruiting over the week. This will encompass any engagements, visits, or content produced here at Cyclone Fanatic. Here’s your recruiting overview:
Four-star quarterback JJ Kohl commits
Ankeny native and four-star quarterback prospect in 2023 JJ Kohl announced he made his pick on the Cyclones on Monday.
Kohl chose Iowa State over Iowa, Florida State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Missouri and Kansas, among others. We met him in the link above.
Iowa State is the latest to offer the coveted Minnesota DL
The Cyclones became the 20th FBS program to extend an offer to Prior Lake, Minnesota. Martin Owusu this week.
Owusu recently caught fire between a flurry of offers from five schools in California, Washington and Kansas State.
He doesn’t yet have an offer of his program in Minnesota State, but said that makes the schools he has a relationship with — like Iowa State — all the more meaningful.
Lincoln Wideout Recaps Visit to Iowa State
A three-star receiver from Nebraska recaps his visit to Iowa State with us this week.
Beni Ngoyi visited Ames with his older brother and nephew and thoroughly enjoyed his time at the facility.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball programs saw additions to their 2022-23 rosters this week.
The headliner came from the women’s side, as the two-time NAIA Player of the Year Stephanie Soares announced that she would be transferring to Iowa State from Master’s University. Soares was a five-star freshman out of high school and picked TMU because of family ties.
Iowa State men’s team saw VCU transfer added Neighborhood Hason to the list. Ward averaged 6.5 points and 4.8 rebounds per game for the program last year.