Cyclones Commitment Roundup Week 4

It was another successful week for most of Iowa State's committed players. However, one of the Cyclones high school commits suffered his first loss of the season.

Josh Lenz:

His 143 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns was not enough for Dubuque Hempstead to stay undefeated as they fell 42-12 to Cedar Falls High School which includes his good friend and Iowa State recruiting target Darion Howard. The night was also bad for Howard as he hurt his MCL and was lost during the second quarter. Josh said that two early turnovers which were capitalized on by Cedar Falls really put them in a hole. He told Cyclone Sports Report that he will likely be attending the Kansas and Nebraska home games for unofficial visits and will take his official visit after the season is over. Next week Josh and Hempstead will try to get back to their winning ways when they go on the road to take on City High School.

Troy Butler and Taylor Martin:

It was a third straight tough week for our two junior college commits as they fell to Chaffey College 31-14. Safety Troy Butler had five tackles and Taylor Martin had a 0.5 tackle for Antelope Valley College. Next week they will try to win their first game when they travel to Santa Barbara City College.

Beau Blankenship:

The Norman North High School running back had seven carries for 120 yards and two touchdowns in one half as his team rolled over Westmore High School 35-17. Norman North is now 3-0 for the season and this week they play host to PC North High School.

Kyle Lichtenberg:

Bettendorf was a 35-14 winner over Clinton High School. Kyle is very happy with his team's spread offense. "We're really mixing in the run and the pass so I get to improve on both blocking techniques which will definitely help me in college." Next up for Bettendorf (4-0) is a road game against North Scott High School.

A.J. Klein:

The star linebacker also only played one half of football because he and his teammates at Kimberly High School dominated Fond Du Lac High School 64-13. A.J. blocked a punt and had five tackles before halftime. This is big week in Kimberly, Wisconsin because A.J. will play his homecoming game against Appleton West.

Ryan Mosby:

The Rockwall Heath linebacker turned in a stellar game Friday during his team's 35-10 win over Dallas Hillcrest High School. Ryan forced a fumble and led his team with 11 tackles on the night. Next up for Rockwall Heath (3-0) is a road game at Greenville High School.

Conor Boffeli:

The Valley High School tight end did a nice job blocking and caught one pass in a 63-12 victory over Newton High School as he also only played during the first half. Next up for Valley is a home game against Ames High School.


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