Clad in Cyclones sunglass, UNLV transfer Bryce Dejean-Jones stood on the field at Iowa State's football spring game and said he could envision joining the men's hoops team.
"I think I'd fit in well with the up-and-down playing style," Dejean-Jones said.
The 6-foot-5 Dejean-Jones' immediate focus is graduating from UNLV so he can be eligible to play this fall at what would amount to his third school (he began his career at Southern Cal).
Arizona State is on tap next weekend and a decision will come soon after that.
"Probably within the next couple weeks," Dejean-Jones said when asked about his timeline.
Dejean-Jones is the first known official visitor for the Cyclones after their Sweet Sixteen season, old hat for coach Fred Hoiberg who most recently struck success with Marshall transfer DeAndre Kane.
Dejean-Jones, a shooting guard, was UNLV's leading scorer last season at 13.6 points per game.
"They've basically just shown me all they have to offer," Dejean-Jones said of the Cyclones. "Sitting down, talking to coach about the x's and o's. He knows a lot about what he's talking about, he's proven that. Just seeing the facilities. We went to Hilton, it was really nice in there. I'm really pleased with everything."