While he was excited to watch the Cyclones beat nationally-ranked Oklahoma, he also saw where his services could be needed next season.
"This was my first official visit and everything felt right," said Evanovich. "This is a good program in a great conference.
"They said they couldn't promise any playing time, but said the opportunity is there for me to get playing time as a freshman. They need a shooter and I can do that."
Evanovich's prep school numbers could be deceiving. He's averaging just over five points per game, but is playing behind a player that's making himself eligible for a draft. On a team full of talented athletes and players, Evanovich has found a role.
ISU first came to Evanovich's prep school this fall.
"Coach Sharp came out and watched me practice in September and they liked how I play," Evanovich said. "Over the last two weeks they said they needed a shooter."
Evanovich says he is a versatile four-man that can stretch a defense.
"I'm a face-up four-man and can go inside when there's a mismatch or shoot it when I have the outside shot."