Iowa State commit Jauan Wesley had Cyclones Graduate Assistant Derek Day, the Chicago-area recruiter, in his home Tuesday night for pizza, where the conversation centered around the future of ISU's offense.
The Cyclones announced two staff changes over the weekend, offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham and running backs coach Kenith Pope.
Wesley, the three-star Thornton Township wide receiver, wasn't concerned about that transition after speaking to Day.
"Not really," he said Tuesday. "I talked to Coach Day about how they're trying to improve everything and bring in somebody good.
"The program is looking for something to prove."
Wesley said he doesn't hear from any other schools — Michigan State was still on the chase in early October — and is looking forward to his Jan. 25 official visit to Ames, which he'll take with Tommy Mister and Allen Lazard.
Lazard is the bell cow of Iowa State's class and Mister is a fellow Chicago athlete.