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Collins Eboh, who logged
significant minutes as a true freshman in 2004 at Iowa State at defensive end, will probably
rejoin the team in May. Eboh spent this season at NIACC to get his grades in
order. When he left, the ISU coaches said he could come back to the team if he
had the grades. Well, he likely will have the grades. It is not known whether he
will start with a scholarship or have to earn it. Eboh is 6'4 and up to 250
pounds. He could fill the role Cephus Johnson left, rotating with Berryman and
Moorehead. Eboh originally committed to Iowa State in
2004 from Des
High School. It was his
only scholarship offer. He was the surprise of fall camp in 2004 and coaches
raved about his potential and motor. In seven games as a freshman, he recorded
two tackles. Eboh could be a nice "find" for Iowa State if things go as planned. He will
have two years of eligibility remaining.
Scott Stephenson Injury
As Cyclone Nation reported last
week, All Big 12 Center Scott Stephenson underwent shoulder surgery late last
week. Cyclone Nation originally reported that Stephenson would be back for
spring ball but that's now not the case. Stephenson will however be ready for
kickoff against Toledo next September. Scott is doing fine as
of now and is anxiously looking forward to rehab and making a run at a Big 12
Devin McDowell in Great
Cyclone Nation recently talked to
a source close to Devin McDowell and the source told us that if Devin comes in
prepared that he has an excellent shot of coming in and playing next season.
McDowell is consistently running a 4.3 40 and there's a cornerback position
opposite of his brother that is wide open. It'll be interesting to see how this
plays out. McDowell plans on reporting to Iowa State
this summer and hopes to enroll in summer classes at Iowa State.