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Iowa State offers David Gilreath.

Plymouth, Minnesota (Robbinsdale-Armstrong) wide receiver David Gilreath was the fastest young man at the All-American Combine in Iowa City, Iowa this past April 22nd.

Gilreath was timed at 4.39 in the forty yard dash, in addition, to times of 4.29 and 7.25 in the twenty yard shuttle and 3-cone drill, respectively.

That performance led to his second scholarship offer this afternoon from the Iowa State Cyclones, who were in attendance at the combine.

"Iowa State came by the school, today, and offered me a scholarship," Gilreath told "The coach told me they like to throw the ball around, and I've seen a couple of their games, so I know they do. They are losing a couple older receivers, and some young guys with speed to step in."

It appears the Iowa Hawkeyes are on the verge of extending a scholarship offer, as well.

"I called and spoke with Coach (Eric) Johnson and Coach (Kirk) Ferentz last Thursday. They both told me they handle the recruiting process very slowly, and that it is just really beginning for them. I was told I'm at the top of their list, and they will likely be offering soon. I know Coach Johnson will be at the school, I believe, next week. Coach Ferentz told me he liked my forty time, heard that I did very well at the combine, and I thought I was a nice guy when he met me when I visited there," Gilreath stated.

Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Kansas State, and Michigan State are all expected to come by the high school in the next few weeks, as well.

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