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Cyclone fans are anxiously awaiting the decision of Fort Collins (Colo.) offensive lineman Jon Cooper, who has already taken official visits to Iowa State, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State. Scout.com's Robert Allen recently spoke with Cooper for an update on his recruitment. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE
The Cyclones had hoped to get a visit out of Colorado high school running back Michael Houston, but have those plans changed recently? The senior standout gave Stacey Dean the story on where he stands. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE
Finding a junior-college tight end to provide some immediate help is needed in this class, and one player who fit that bit bill was Fullerton (Calif.) TE Jason Vandiver. Vandiver spoke with CycloneNation's Bill Seals to let him know of his final decision. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE
Heralded Florida wide receiver Patrick Cherry could be just what the Cyclones are looking for at that position. He took his first official visit to Ames last weekend, and gave Scout.com's Josh Clark a recap of his visit. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE
ISU isn't seeking offensive line help exclusively from the JUCO ranks, but also the high schools. In addition to Cooper, Dallas (Texas) Jesuit guard Reggie Stephens is high on Barney Cotton's wish list. Stephens took his official visit to Ames this weekend, and gave Seals the scoop on his trip. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE
Given the number of scholarships that ISU has handed to cornerbacks thus far, it's safe to assume that head coach Dan McCarney feels that is an area of need. One of those targets is Florida prep Kent Richardson, who may be headed to Ames in the near future. He discussed his recruitment with Clark. SUBSCRIBERS, CLICK HERE
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