Beck Adds His Name to List

Although he was a relatively late addition to Iowa State's recruiting radar screen, Brice Beck liked what he saw during his official visit to Ames this weekend. Now it appears he's set on making it his home. spoke with Beck's father Sunday morning to get the latest.

"They actually had offered him about a week ago, then he got his visit set and went up there," said Danny Beck. "I really haven't got to talk to him much, but he called us a couple times from up there and said he really liked the coaches and school. He loves the offense. He said he wanted to go ahead and commit since it seemed like the place for him."

Brice Beck threw for 2,500 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior, while also rushing for 10 more scores. He was an all-state and all-conference player at Blytheville High School in northeast Arkansas.

Cyclone quarterbacks coach Todd Fitch picked up on the recruiting trail nearly a month ago and offered a scholarship just over one week ago. Beck had also garnered scholarship offers from Michigan State, Arkansas State, and Troy. Missouri and Memphis had also recruited him.

"They liked his size and speed," Beck's father added. "He's a dropback passer and they liked him because he throws the ball so well. He's real accurate and has a strong arm."

We'll have more on Beck's commitment upon his return to Blytheville Sunday afternoon.

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