Mequon (WI) Homestead defensive end David Pfaff was offered by North Dakota State University on Tuesday, his second offer in five days.
Pfaff visited Northern Illinois on Friday and left with an offer. Western Michigan was his first.
The 2015 end will visit Iowa State's March 8 Junior Day this weekend. The Cyclones have been in touch with him for some time and he's hopeful for an offer.
The 6-foot-3, 255-pound Pfaff finished his junior season with 35 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and six sacks in eight games. In an earlier interview with Scout.com, he had this to say about his style of play:
"I get off the ball quicker than most offensive linemen, which gives me an advantage when pass rushing. With my run support game I'm very good at keeping my gap secure and dominating my opponent. I think my best way to attack an offense is right up on the center at nose tackle or at defensive end. The biggest thing that sets me apart from any other defensive lineman is that I play like I have a screw loose a lot of coaches tell me, so that is the reason they think I can be so successful. I have a nasty intense passion for the game and never give up."