Tuesday Recruiting Roundup

Recruiting Updates

Are you in the mood for some SERIOUS Iowa State football recruiting information? Then you will definitely want to check out the abundance of new ‘Hot News' articles posted on different Cyclone prospects in the last 36 hours.

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It's been well chronicled that Iowa State head coach Marquis Hamilton, who has offers from a trio of schools including the Cyclones. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE

Another Oklahoman on the recruiting board for McCarney's staff is Deji Karim, a 5-foot-9, 185-pound cornerback/running back from Putnam City North. Karim gave Josh Clark an update on where his recruiting currently stands. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE

Scout.com's Ryan Jordan recently spoke to an athletic quarterback from the Florida high school ranks, and it looks as if the Cyclones are making a bid. Riverview High's Chris Alexander picks his three favorites and gave his opinions on ISU in a web feature. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE

A name that's been on the Cyclones' recruiting list for months is Lewisville (Texas) Hebron standout Alex Odiari, who ISU coaches reportedly project as a linebacker. The 6-foot-1, 225-pounder took the first of his official visits last weekend, and gives an update on where the Cyclones stand with him. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE

ISU will try to break through in the Tallahassee (Fla.) high school ranks in this recruiting class, and one prospect getting some attention is cornerback E.K. Sawyer. Four different programs have offered 6-foot, 175-pounder with 4.5 speed. Find out what those schools are, and if the Cyclones are one of them in a feature by Josh Clark. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE

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