Fiacco Makes Another ISU Stop

The Fourth of July weekend afforded the Fiacco family another opportunity to take an unofficial visit to Iowa State.

Although Hartland (Wisc.) Arrowhead offensive lineman Jason Fiacco didn't make a commitment to the Cyclones during his Friday morning visit, all signs have ISU as a clear-cut favorite.

Jason Fiacco's father Jim spoke with shortly after the visit, and had some positive things to say about the experience.

"The last time he got interviewed, we talked about taking some visits out east and out west," he said. "That still might happen, and he's open to anything. But I think he's narrowed it down. There's a good chance he could commit to the Cyclones this month. He's closing in on a decision and things are looking good for the Cyclones."

The 6-foot-2, 305-pounder made an unofficial stop during a spring practice, then attended Iowa State's second padded camp.

Fiacco has said ISU and Northern Illinois are his favorites, although Colorado, Colorado State, Rutgers, West Virginia, Central Michigan, and Kansas have also offered scholarships.

Friday's unofficial visit could be Fiacco's final one to Ames before making a verbal commitment, although his father said the family could hit a two-a-day practice.

"I told the coaches that it could be the last time he talks to them before he makes up his mind," Jim Fiacco said. "If he would have made up his mind today, that would have been fine with us too. He wants to make up his mind before the season starts and that's in August."

Either way, Cyclone fans should feel even more optimistic about their team's chances with the Arrowhead offensive lineman.

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