Chiriaev Brings Class Total to Six

AMES, Iowa--The Iowa State men's basketball program signed Ivan Chiriaev to its 2004 recruiting class, Iowa State head coach Wayne Morgan announced today. Chiriaev, one of the nation's most coveted recruits, signed a letter of intent to attend Iowa State University in the Fall of 2004. Chiriaev joins five others who signed letters of intent to ISU.

Iowa State 2004 men's basketball signees

Aaron Agnew, C, 6-9, 330, Freshman, Bellaire, Ohio (Bellaire)
Tasheed Carr, G, 6-5, 215, Freshman, Philadelphia, Pa. (University/Mt. Zion Christian Academy {Durham, N.C.})
Rahshon Clark, F, 6-6, 195, Freshman, Queens, N.Y. (Beach Channel/Bridgton Academy {Maine})
Anthony Davis, F, 6-5, 210, Junior, Compton, Calif. (Centennial/Long Beach State/Los Angeles City College)
Robert Faulkner, F, 6-8, 225, Sophomore, Peoria, Ill. (Richwoods/South Plains College {Texas})
Ivan Chiriaev, F-C, 7-1, 230, Freshman, St. Petersburg, Russia (St. Thomas Aquanis {Oakville, Ontario, Canada})

Ivan Chiriaev
F-C, 7-1, 230, Freshman
St. Petersburg, Russia (St. Thomas Aquanis {Oakville, Ontario, Canada})

High School: One of the nation's most coveted recruits...a 7-footer who can shoot the 3, post up, dribble and pass...can legitimately play all five positions...ranks No. 3 on Basketball Times' top prep school players list...listed on NBA Draft.com as a lottery pick...HoopScoop ranks him as the best high school player in North America...moved to Canada from St. Petersburg, Russia, where he grew up...played two seasons at St. Thomas Aquanis High School in Oakville, Ontario...averaged 16.2 points, 10.3 rebounds and 8.2 assists as a senior...team finished 25-11...coached in high school by Ron Esteban.


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